Gay Nigerian pastor, Bisi Alimi, has taken to his Instagram page to express his displeasure of the arrest and detention of controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo.
On Thursday, March 30, NAIJ.com reported that Olunloyo had been remanded in prison for the second time in two weeks after she was granted bail.
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Alimi expressed that the shame of Olunloyo is the shame of the whole country, adding that the act would only make her more popular.
He further added that religious people who believe she deserves to be locked up are a disgrace to the country.
Read what he wrote below:
"The shame of a nation: @hnnafrica has fortunately or unfortunately become the shame of this shameless country called Nigeria. This image will forever linger in our memory and it will make Ms Olunloyo more popular than anticipated.
The plan was to crush her but it is not going to work. But to a more pressing issue. The arrest of Ms Olunloyo in a democratic, supposedly religious country for commuting absolutely no crime is nothing but a sham and a shame. A shame to the dignity of the democracy of the country call Nigeria and a shame to his people.
This is the same country that idiotic Dino is being laughed out and not locked up. I don't care what you think of Ms Olunloyo, but if you are religious and think she deserves this, then something is wrong with you. If you believe in social justice and you think she deserves, then you are a sham, if you have humanity and think it's her fault then you are nothing but a disgrace. No matter what her offences are, she doesn't deserve this uniform nor the prison."
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