Kemi Olunloyo reveals she has been offered a job at the White House

Kemi Olunloyo reveals she has been offered a job at the White House

Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo seems to be making some major career moves with her recent revelation.

From grace to grace. This seems to be the best way to describe Kemi Olunloyo's story. The popular blogger has revealed she recently got some juicy job offers.

According to her recent post on Instagram, she has been offered two job in America. One as a lecturer in a journalism school while the other as a correspondent for African Affairs in the White House.

She wrote on her Instagram page: #BREAKING I've been offered 2 new jobs. To teach Broadcast News at a prominent Journalism school in the United States. AND To work as @WhiteHouse correspondent for African affairs via @HNNAfrica. It will be as a member of the White House Press Corps. I have been in Broadcast Journalism since Feb 1994 which is 24 years. Wish me good luck. KOO #hnnmedia #healthevangelistkoo®#hnneducation #hnngov

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Recall some time ago, reported the news of how Kemi Olunloyo revealed that she had left Investigative journalism as she plans to practice what she calls opinion journalism. Well with the job offers coming in, it is highly unlikely that she may continue with the opinion journalism

She had also revealed that she had plans to relocate to Port Harcourt to serve in the church of Pastor David Ibiyeomie, the man who put her in jail and eventually led her Christ.

From the excitement in her message, it appears she may be relocating quite alright, but not to Port Harcourt as America seems to be her preferred option.

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