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Why I Donated Money To Kemi Olulonyo's Medical Bill On Behalf Of My Daughter - Seyi Law


A few days after journalist , Kemi Olunloyo, was released from the Port Harcourt Maximum Prison , she begged Nigerians for financial assistance to cater for her medical expenses .

One of the people who quickly responded to the cry of the controversial blogger , whose father , Omololu Olunloyo , is a former governor of Oyo State , is comedian , Seyi Law .

This is in spite of the long- drawn spat between the duo months ago.

The both of them began feuding after Olunloyo expressed concern about the health of Seyi Law ’ s daughter , Tiwa.

She said the child was obese, suggesting that she might be suffering from a health disorder . After several weeks during which both parties exchanged words on social media , they made up.

Perhaps to prove that his daughter had indeed forgiven Olunloyo , Seyi Law offered a helping hand by donating all the money in Tiwa’ s account to Olunloyo .

He told Sunday Scoop that he decided to assist the blogger with funds belonging to his daughter , because she was treated unfairly and it could have happened to anyone .

He stated , “ I think our previous issue was due to a breakdown in communication and I am not sure there is anyone who is happy that she was imprisoned for a long time .

I didn ’ t even want the news that I gave her money to be made public, but you know Aunty Kemi has a way of doing things.

She decided to put the information out there.

I feel anyone can be of help to anybody. We’ ve settled our issues and besides, this is a new year . ”

According to Seyi Law , Olunloyo told him all the agonising things she went through in prison .

The comedian said , “ I spoke with her and she told me a lot of the things that happened at Port Harcourt Maximum Prison .

The stories are not nice at all. She is even afraid for the people she left there.

A prison is supposed to be a place where people get reformed . There is a lot to be done in our prisons and we should not forget that prisoners are also human beings .

“ No one is perfect , but if someone, who was not supposed to be detained for more than 48 hours , spent six months in prison , then, there is a problem .

Whether the person is wrong or not, the judicial system is faulty.

Everyone should be given the benefit of doubt , at least until you are proven guilty by the court .

Nobody is above the law, but in a situation where you don ’t follow the recommendation of the law, it is not only an offence to the person involved but to Nigerians as a whole. ”

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