There are indications that Kemi Omololu Olunloyo, the Canada based Pharmacist and Media consultant arrived Nigeria on Saturday after Canada Border Agency carried out its plan to deport her from the country.
Kemi, the self assumed Nigeria’s no1 lady radical after she turn herself to people’s enemy through her hardline views and abuses on many prominent Nigerians has for long sworn she would never step on Nigeria’s soil, decrying the deploring state of infrastructural services. She however made her date with destiny when Canada insisted she had to be deported after her refugee application failed to go through.
She established herself as a human right activist and anti social fighter, representing the voice of the less privileged in Toronto where she had lived for about five years after relocating from America.
Canadian authority declared last Tuesday that Kemi would constitute a flight risk after an appeal hearing on her refuge application case. She had appeared before Immigration and Refugee Board detention review committee on Tuesday afternoon at the Vanier Centre for Women in Milton, where she has been held since Canada Border Services Agency officers arrested her at her home in the city’s west-end last Friday.
She allegedly refused to contest the final stage of her deportation at the hearing when she refused to bring any representaion at the last minute review hearing about her deportation.
The authority refused to go back on the decision to deport her back to Nigeria and since the report of her appearance at the Immigration hearing on Tuesday, there have been no words about her situation. Many are of the opinion that she might be giver another chance especially with the situation of her physically challenged child. However, that hope appeared to have been thwarted.
However, Kemi’s 25 year-old son, Enitan Robert Olunloyo gave the first indication that Kemi had been deported when he posted on his Facebook wall that she had seen his mother off at the Airport and bidding bye-bye to his junior brother KJ leaving Canada for Nigeria.
He posted on his Facebook wall: “Just Left the Pearson Airport After My Final Goodbyes to my Mother and my Little Brother. This is One of my Moments at this Point. And its Sad to Leave my Family Behind.. but i gotta Stay Strong”.
He continued: “There is no reason for me to be Sad.. Because I am 25 Years Old.. and I am going to live it up because I have great Friends (But Not that much People). I am going to stay focus on getting a new Job and going to School because I need to start my life fresh and everything for the rest of my Life”.
Eni, as he is usually called indicated that Kemi and Kayode Joshua Taiwo (aka KJ) left through Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada.
Kemi fought hard to have her refuge status granted, but the decision to deport her was fast-tracked when it was established that she refused to show up at a scheduled Canada Border Services Agency appointment a month earlier.
Mike Sullivan, Members of Parliament (MP) for York South/Weston has written to Public Safety Minister MP Vic Toews asking for a delay in the deportation execution.
“She honestly and rationally believes she will suffer harm or death in Nigeria as a journalist if she is returned”, said Mr Sullivan,