Kemi Olunloyo Warns Tinubu’s Supporter Who Claimed She Has Evidence Of Peter Obi Being A Drug Lord

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Controversial media personality, Kemi Olunloyo has issued a warning to a supporter of All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, who claimed that she has evidence of Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, being a drug lord and also being involved in cocaine smuggling in Malaysia.

Qudus Akanbi, a member of the APC campaign council in Osun state made the claim after a United States District Court in the Northern District of Illinois released certified true copies of the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, Ahmed Bola Tinubu’s drug trafficking and money laundering case in Chicago.

In the judgement docketed on July 26, 1993, and certified by Thomas O. Burton, the clerk of the court, Tinubu was indicted for heroin trafficking in the state of Illinois through a proxy organization owned by one Adegboyega Mueez Akande.

Qudus defended Tinubu by claiming that Kemi Olunloyo has evidence of Peter Obi being heavily involved in cocaine smuggling in Malaysia.

He tweeted;

“Peter Obi was heavily in cocaine smuggling in Malaysia. We have concrete evidence about this claim, Kemi Olunloyo will post in the evening. Peter Obi your drug lord will be exposed totally in the evening.”

Kemi Olunloyo who reacted to the claim warned Qudus against attaching her to “unverified imaginary news”.

She described Qudus and others as liars, frauds, and cheats, and also asked them to respect what she does or try ruining her brand.

Kemi tweeted;

“Kemi Olunloyo will not be posting this evening. Keep my name off your filthy mouth attaching me to unverified imaginary news. You liars, frauds and cheats should respect what I do. Don’t ruin my name and brand. Hope I made myself CLEAR”.


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