Kemi Olunloyo

Controversial journalist Kemi Olunloyo and gay right activist Bisi Alimi have thrown jabs at each other on Twitter over her claims that BBC investigative reporter Kiki Mordi did not go undercover for the ‘sex for grades’ scandal in University of Lagos (UNILAG).

Concise News understands that Mordi recently led a team of investigative reporters to uncover sexual harassment of female students by lecturers at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) and University of Ghana.

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In the documentary, one of the lecturers at the University of Lagos Boniface Igbeneghu, a former sub-dean of Faculty of Arts, made sexual advances at a “prospective student” who claimed to be 17 years old.

However, Olunloyo who claimed to be carrying out some investigations alleged that Mordi did not carryout the report, but a fmr UNILAG Arts grad did.

Reacting to Olunloyo’s claims, Alimi described her as one who has “become a danger to women in Nigeria”

“Ma’am I honestly don’t care who train you. This your irresponsible act is putting people lives at risk. Come clean and say you want BBC Africa to give you the #sexforgrades gig and that’s why you are envious. You are becoming a danger to women in Nigeria” he tweeted.

Responding, the journalist said “Bisi when GEJ’s govt was putting your life in danger, I spoke out on his dumb hate law #antigay law God wrote. #Kikimordi is the one putting lives in danger sending a UNILAG grad undercover then lying she was the one in order to get the Wole Soyinka IJ award”

“Bisi Alimi says I’m envious of KikiMordi and wanted the BBC assignment, even call me a danger to women. Bisi because you fell out with me because I refused to support busolanDakolo as a woman and rather investigated her rape claims does not make me a danger . If you loved women that much, you should have married one and stop advocating for all wrong ones very insulting”

See tweets below