Kemi Olunloyo a media personality and blogger has taken to her Twitter account to call out BBC Africa for revealing the identity of the Journalist behind the s*x for grade documentary.
Kemi a well known and very controversial investigative journalist has expressed her displeasure with BBC Africa for their unprofessional-ism in exposing the name and face of the person behind the trending s*x for grade documentary, Kiki Mordi
She confirmed that there really were threats to the journalist’s life and called on the Nigeria police force to protect her as she cited that the BBC media was unable to protect Ahmed Hussein-Suale, a staff of their own in their Ghana branch who was shot to death earlier this year.
didn’t protect her identity as she went undercover in a sting on #sexforgrades. It was completely unprofessional. An undercover Journalist must NEVER be revealed after the job is done. The Journalists that did Siasa and Codeine/Tramadol were never revealed. Huge danger
I will say no more on this matter. Nigerian media outlets rarely do UNDERCOVER WORK. Even@PoliceNG
limits it to violent crimes. The bigger picture is the trauma these young ladies passed through has not been treated. Tomorrow is #WorldMentalHealthDay
There is a reason why journalists go undercover to get the happenings in society, revealing an undercover journalist is truly and honestly unprofessional.