Dr. Kemi Olunloyo Quit DIGITAL JOURNALISM Due To Poor Mental Health
On 30th of December 2020 is a day most fans of Dr. Kemi Olunloyo (Journalist) will remember her for quitting her noble profession due to poor mental and physical health
Read Her Words ‘I Quit DIGITAL JOURNALISM’ SEE quote below
#BREAKING Thank you Nigeria🇳🇬 It’s time for me to GO! The truth is that I cannot continue because my health has degenerated and broken down. I decided to go on medical leave for a year and return by 2023 to cover the elections but all that changed. I worked hard, gave you content free even without a standard operating budget after losing HNNAfrica, many of you did not appreciate me, many spoiled my name, many called me names, I lost many opportunities but never stopped updating you. It became toxic and killed my mental health. Today I’m announcing that I have to rest now. I am Mentally and Physically WEAK. A foot surgery, a vulnerable immune system with Covid 19 out there and 50% #PTSD recovery, and said it over again, I have finally decided to LEAVE digital Journalism behind. As I leave next tonight December 29th, 2020, having practiced Journalism 26yrs and as NIGERIA’S first blogger 1999 Google Pyra, I’m satisfied with what I’ve achieved in my career. 32 years as a Clinical Pharmacist and 24 years as a certified public relations expert. I was working at home as a Digital Journalist with a newborn🍼 baby @richkjtmusic now 20yo. Now he’s taking care of me at home. Pray for us. Don’t forget us, follow his music, his Instagram blog @brysonsintern. He goes to school daily in America via Zoom. Stay in touch with me in my Instagram DM which is now open to say hello and keep in touch. I will answer as many messages as I can but I’m no longer working on my DIGITAL JOURNALISM platforms anymore due to my health so pls no assignment requests. I will blog my progress Saturdays on Instagram and Facebook Story or Twitter Fleets. For news go to your reputable mainstream media platform. I will leave the page open for 3 mos. Check archives with Hashtags. #ijcovid19 #kemitalkscelebrities #ijlekkimassacre #kemitalksfood #Kemitalkshealth etc.
God bless you and God bless Nigeria🙏🏾🇳🇬 Happy New Year 2021. You can ask me any questions at this time. I will try to answer everybody. 💙Goodbye #DrKemiOlunloyo #Keminications Media @Kemitalks .THIS WILL BE MY LAST POST. Dr. Kemi Olunloyo 30th December 2020
In a later world of depression everywhere, the life of Dr. Kemi Olunloyo is not that a rose one.
First, she was the daughter of former Oyo state governor, Victor Omololu Olunloyo.
In a family of ten children. she left Nigeria at the age of 14 years and live in the United States for a period of 20 years and 5 years in Canada before she was arrested in August 2012
Arrested in her apartment in Toronto by agents from the Canada Border Services Agency. After being determined a flight risk when her refugee visa was not renewed
She was remanded into custody at Vanier Center For Women, a female maximum prison, for seven days before she was later deported to Nigeria. WHERE She continues giving her profession (Journalism) a character as a Nigerian journalist, blogger, and activist against gun violence and social media personality
The better part of Dr. Kemi changed in the year 2017, after she arrested, persecuted, and was sent to Port Harcourt Maximum Prison Yard for alleged cybercrime charge and defamation of character after she accused Pastor David Ibiyeomie of Salvation Ministries of adultery
Today being 30th December she took to the popular microblogger platform Twitter and Facebook to announce to the world that she has quit active digital journalism
In what seems like years of depression/anxiety disorder. In Nigeria of late, the rate of depression is on the rise and most people won’t tell you the cause of how it’s perceived in Nigeria. Once it sets in, it could last a lifetime and it affects every single aspect of your life. Even as we Afrinotes News wish Dr. Kemi a fast recovery