- She Made Threats At Me And I Have Reported To DSS And The US Govt
EKO HOT BLOG reports that controversial journalist Kemi Olunloyo has attacked Nollywood actress, Ada Ameh over her recent outburst and threats.
Olunloyo claimed that Ameh threatened to take by storm with massive beating and she has gone ahead to report the threat to the Department of State Service (DSS) and the US Government.
She said, “threats against a journalist is a serious offense.”
Ada Ameh had in a viral video on social media blasted Kemi Olunloyo, threatening to beat her up, after the journalist claimed that late Sylvester Oromoni who died under controversial circumstances was willing to join the school cult group, adding that he consented to be beaten and given engine oil to drink.
Reacting to Ada Ameh’s outburst, Kemi Olunloyo said she had reported the actress to the police and the Department of State Services (DSS).
She also added that she does not interfere with the actress’s business, urging her to focus on her dead daughter’s birthday instead of
meddling in other people’s business.
She wrote: ”Ada Ameh: I have reported her to the Police, the DSS @USin Nigeria and @StateDept. She threatened to beat me up unaware that threats against journalists are a serious offense. Ada is smart but not intelligent.
I was even told Blessing Oko advised her against filming such.
”I heard Ada Ameh was a 14 years old teen mom thrown out by her parents, that child died in 2020. Ada keep my children out of your mouth and focus on your dead daughter’s birthday today, a missed opportunity. Don’t look for my trouble, I don’t interfere in your job
wharever (sic) it is. idiot.”
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