Controversial journalist, Kemi Oluloyo has revealed what got her deported from Canada where she spent over four tears.
The social media personality who has been an activist against gun violence said she was a God sent to the country, but ended up being deported because of her antagonism against the gun law.
Gun control has been a huge topic in some countries especially, the United States. There have been several shootings in the country, especially in schools and some other public places, leading to loss of lives.
According to her, her advocacy on gun control helped the community she used to stay in Toronto to avoid about 13 murders.
She took to her Instagram page to speak on her activism on gun control. See her post below.
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#Kemitalkscrime God sent me to fight gun violence in #toronto #canada. Many black teens died including Nigerians. Today the gun violence war is worse. Many Canadians say it’s because I’m no longer there. I antagonized gun laws which got me DEPORTED, kept guns out of communities and helped solve 13 murders. This is one of my gun press conferences with the family of two teens Sealand White, 15 and Jermaine Derby 19. They could have been 25 and 29 now. Be a leader and fight for what’s right in any country even if their Government disagrees. I remain an icon in Canada’s gun Violence activism in Wikipedia. A month ago an officer in Torontopolice applauded me on Twitter for telling Nigerians going to Canada to be aware of the perils of gun violence and being aware. #kemiolunloyo #keminicationsdigital
Kemi getting good replies
Meanwhile, Kemi has been getting some positive replies recently on her latest posts and tweets.
She was recently commended for going through her investigation in a tact way with evidence.
It could be recalled that she was the first person to break the story about the arrest of internet celebrity, Mompha by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Another commendation she got was her findings on the Baby Benaiah controversy.