‘I will no longer be involved in youth empowerment in Nigeria’, mourning Kemi Olunloyo has stated in a recent tweet sent out earlier today. The journalist who recently lost her brother to the cold hands of death blamed the youth for the death of her brother. Akintayo was injured in a protest by UNILAG students in Lagos. An injury that has in paralyzed for over forty years.
The riot she said also claimed the life of their driver as she was dehumanized and nearly raped.
Read her full account below:
As my brother is laid to rest, I will no longer be involved in any youth empowerment in Nigeria. Youth KILLED my brother. Whether they are old or young then or now, it will be forever stamped in my head that Unilag students attacked our government car.
Nigerian Journalist Dr Kemi Olunloyo@KemiOlunloyo·Replying to @KemiOlunloyoMy brother Akintayo’s head was smashed open while I was sexually attacked with heavy bleeding between my legs after being stripped naked in a burning car almost ganged raped. Our driver killed instantly after the rock that hit him sliced open his head. Tayo was paralyzed 43 yrs
Nigerian Journalist Dr Kemi Olunloyo@KemiOlunloyo·Tayo lived with daily seizures, bed sores, we couldn’t teach him the internet even though he loved YouTube videos music was still the core of his survival the only thing he remembered after the coma in 1978. Tayo…… till we meet again. Akindele @Olunloyo thank you