Stephanie Buhari, Cable News Network (CNN) bureau lead for West Africa, has debunked Kemi Olunloyo, a controversial journalist’s, saying that there is no evidence to support her claim that she worked at the CNN.
She wrote: “I have not seen any evidence of this work for CNN beyond a few rambling interviews for some of the shows in 2009. Please enlighten me @HNNAfrica on your 20 year history with CNN.”
Busari asked Olunloyo to provide evidence that she have had a twenty years work experience with the Atlanta, Georgia-based cable station.
Olunloyo had on Sunday said via her Twitter handle said that “Some of these fools following me have no idea I spent 20 years @cnn in 5 different capacities. They don’t even know that the CNN they watch here is not exact same as CNN USA.”
Olunloyo, who is the daughter of former Oyo State Governor Omololu Olunloyo, took to Twitter on Sunday to berate some of her followers for doubting her credentials.
However, barely twenty four hours of Busari’s response, she replied again, “Busari was 17yo in high school when I was 30yo, approached by CNN Medical in DC while I was the Director of a satellite outpatient pharmacy @HopkinsMedicine in East Baltimore to do a RAVE drugs story. Her attempt to disgrace my work history in the eyes of Nigerians is disgraceful.
Olunloyo has come under criticisms recently for accusing Busola Dakolo of falsefully accussing the Senior Pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.
Busola Dakolo, who is the wife of popular singer Timi Dakolo, alleged that Fatoyinbo raped her when she was 16 in 2000 in Ilorin.
Olunloyo said she came to the conclusion that Dakolo was lying after investigations, which some social media users scoffed at.
Recall that ALL TIMES NEWS reported how Ms Olunloyo revealed the identity of the second alledged victim of Biodun Fatoyin after Ynaija interviewed the second victim of the alledged rape with a blurred image.