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Kemi Olunloyo Claims Linda Ikeji’s Banana Island Mansion Was A Political Gift

Kemi Olunloyo, a well-known journalist that took a break from her 25 years profession has discovered an interesting story she is ready to share. She claims that super blogger Linda Ikeji never bought the Banana Island mansion as earlier believed.

According to what she posted on her blog, she claims the mansion was “a blackmail gift from a high ranking politician”.

#BREAKING @lindaikeji just BLOCKED ME on TWITTER so I will start TALKING now. I only speak the facts! I’m not gonna block this young lady I once helped when her blog was yanked for copyright reasons. I have a lot of dirt on Linda. She’s young enuff to be my kid and I’m more globally prominent at blogging than her. There is no comparison. At 9 pm I will reveal what I know about her and the N240M she allegedly received from #Dasuki. Everybody is acting like mumus on TWITTER writing “popular blogger got N240M from Dasuki” and can’t mention her name. These are huge amounts of cash that has strapped Nigerians broke. Everyone is exposed. Governors, Ministers, Media moguls, newspapers etc now a blogger. Money meant to fight #BokoHaram.

The simple reason there is no price tag to the house is because Linda never purchased her home. It was a blackmail gift from a high ranking politician. If she at least called it a gift, it would have looked nice but to hear from a close source what her sister revealed is very disturbing. Notice how none of her fans even know what the house cost. Linda in a tweet said the house was NOT N450M but N600M. Estimated value in listings showed the house was N550M, something you could look up on the internet. The alleged N242M and the house were separate entities. Pls don’t get confused.

 

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  • Jubril Mohammed Danesi

    The wind is blowing across the land, cupboards are been flung open and skeletons are dangling all around, dirty linen are on the display, caution is been thrown to the wind. Skales are falling from the eyes of nigerians.
    My if you have facts and this not witch haunting please come public with them, we nigerians deserve the right to know the truth at some point.
    This flagrant flaunting of ill gotten wealth is sickening and makes our head spin with confusion.

  • Ego Uchendu

    Jubril, I hold exactly the same view! No stone should be left unturned. Individuals who work hard and patiently move up life,s ladder at a normal pace has been made to appear as failures by hypocritical criminals who tell cock and bull stories of how their ” Akara” sales turned billions overnight! Please let this wind blow more and more, we need a corruption free nation! God,s blessing on every honest and hard working Nigerian! Enough is enough.

  • Sharon Telle

    I wonder what linda has got to say about all of this

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