Kemi Olunloyo has alleged that BBC reporter Kiki Mordi was not the journalist that conducted the sex for grades investigation that led to the implication of a lecturer of the University of Lagos, Dr. Boniface.
In a statement she made on social media, Kemi Olunloyo alleged that the actual undercover agent who conducted the investigation disclosed to her it was an entrapment mission, and investigations are already ongoing to uncover the truth.
SHOCKING REVELATION: #KikiMordi did NOT go undercover for @BBCAfricain the #SexforGrades scandal on #BBCAfricaEye. A fmr Unilag Arts grad Oge (anonymous) did. Why did BBC ALLEGEDLY lie? @ASUUNGRshould hold network accountableFull Story on Instagram and Facebook @KemiOlunloyo
The actual young woman who went into the #ColdRoom will be anonymous to protect her identity. I will call her #Oge. Why did she go in as the undercover Journalist instead of #KIKIMORDI the Journalist being credited. BBC should be credited. Charlie Northcott the producer grilled!
#BREAKING It was a travesty of Journalism. #KIKIMORDI did NOT enter the #coldroom in the @BBCAfrica #sexforgrades investigation on #BBCAfricanEye. The actual woman who did said it was an “entrapment” mission pic.twitter.com/NpjZ7md3by— Dr Kemi Olunloyo Pharm.D (@HNNAfrica) October 9, 2019
SHOCKING REVELATION: #KikiMordi did NOT go undercover for @BBCAfrica in the #SexforGrades scandal on 1#BBCAfricaEye. A fmr Unilag Arts grad Oge (anonymous) did. Why did BBC ALLEGEDLY lie? @ASUUNGR— Dr Kemi Olunloyo Pharm.D (@HNNAfrica) October 9, 2019
should hold network accountable
Full Story on Instagram and Facebook @KemiOlunloyo pic.twitter.com/3WhEvProIC