It was gathered that Kemi had been in prison after she was granted bail as a result of her alleged inability to fulfill her bail conditions, but Kemi accused the chief registrar attached to the Port Harcourt Division of the Federal High Court of sitting on her case in order to keep her perpetually behind bars, despite having allegedly met her bail conditions.
Recall that the daughter of former governor of Oyo State, Victor Omololu Olunloyo, was remanded in prison for purportedly publishing materials believed to have defamed an influential cleric, Pastor David Ibiyeomie, of the Salvation Ministries in Port Harcourt.
Meanwhile Madam KOO as she is popularly called by her fans has taken to her Twitter page (@HNNAfrica) to share some photos after her release from prison, she also solicited for financial support as she is set to in court appear in court in few weeks.
She also wrote on her Instagram: “#BREAKING Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo released from #PortHarcourt prison. She was celebrated with drums, music, crying inmates, prison staff while waving to crowds in an emotional release after 81days. Follow her page @kemiolunloyo
“Special thanks to the attorneys Kayode Ajulo, Eugene Meabe (pictured near sign) F.O.Lawal from the Afe Babalola law firm and Briggs (pictured in the car) and dining with a Rivers state friend Mr ThankGod.”
The media personality also announced that she will be holding a press conference on Tuesday and invited media organisations to come and hear her story.