Body buried in Abuja not Abba Kyari, say Kemi Olunloyo

Controversial Nigerian Investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, who yesterday trended on Twitter over Abba Kyari's death, is claiming that the late Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari was not the one that was buried.

Recall that yesterday, hundreds of dignitaries gathered together to bury the late Chief of Staff, in Abuja, hours after his death was announced.

However, Kemi has stressed that Mallam Kyari was not the one that was buried, that he died in Ikoyi and was cremated but the time period was not specified. She further revealed that the corpse that was buried yesterday was one Dauda, an inner aide of the late Abba Kyari.

Read her tweets below:

Nigerians pls STOP sending me the same footage of a man removing a hazmat suit outside a cemetery I'm a trained Investigative Journalist. Already told you Mr Kyari was flown to Lagos, died in Ikoyi, cremated. No INFECTED body was moved to Abuja. He's from Borno

Correction: He's from Maiduguri side. Dauda his Aide is from Daura. I'm concerned if that was Dauda they buried. He infected most of the Daura cluster and was flown back to Abuja for Quarantine. We never heard from him again. 11 people he had contact with died of flu symptoms

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When the Abuja Isolation center wasn't ready I told you @coolfmlagos Late Mr Kyari was flown to Lagos and Buhari was in Aso Rock but no, your unintelligent selves focused on flown to UK and Cuba. Even the TVC girls call here to hear the REAL NEWS they can't report. With the NSA fracas with Munguno and that dead lady Dagan you want me to announce Abba dying and set off Boko Haram? Fuck each and everyone who asked me over and over again "you've not told us who died in Aso Rock". Learn about National Security. Media must not compromise lives. Thanks to my NG Army and DSS sources who always advise me on national security issues. Some of you are so thirsty for news you care less about your fellow Nigerians in the North East. #kemitalksgovernment

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