Kiki Mordi has responded to allegations surrounding the possession of the ‘Intercourse for Grades’ 2019 documentary that put her within the limelight.
A fellow journalist, Ruona Meyer had accused her of claiming possession regardless of not being the mind behind it.
Kiki, ensure that this time you a minimum of share no matter prize cash there may be with O.O and acknowledge her – given this was all her story as pitched, sourced/began.
Actual journalists have honour and in addition maintain themselves to account, not simply the federal government. #TruthIsSacrosanct https://t.co/gvmQ42IeFo
— Ruona J. Meyer (@RGAMeyer) December 10, 2020
This call-out got here hours after Mordi snagged up one more award, the 2020 Michael Elliott Award by the Worldwide Heart for Journalists.
She has additionally gained awards just like the MTV EMA Changemaker Award and an EMMY award nomination in 2020.
The accusation had led to an change of tweets between the 2 girls and in addition sparked reactions on-line.
Mordi has now taken to Twitter to clear the air on the allegations.
#SexForGrades will not be a glamorous story, none of you – not even Ruona who – is aware of the horror that we confronted investigating each in Ghana and in a number of states in Nigeria, and even throughout publish manufacturing in London. pic.twitter.com/CGNNUBDXxc
— Commander of the Feminist Battalion (@kikimordi) December 11, 2020