Kemi Olunloyo reveals KiddWaya’s father, Terry Waya’s source of income

Kemi Olunloyo reveals KiddWaya’s father, Terry Waya’s source of income

Investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has taken to social media to claim that she knows the source of KiddWaya’s father, Terry Waya’s wealth as well as affluence.

 

The controversial investigative journalist made this revelation in a tweet she shared on microblogging platform, Twitter on Saturday, October 3.

 

Kemi Olunloyo in her tweet described Terry Waya as a staunch supporter of the Abacha administration; which has also been dubbed one of the most controversial military regimes in the history of Nigeria.

According to Kemi, Waya’s loyalty to late Abacha earned him some favours in Dollars and Pounds; with which he invested in lucrative businesses.

 

ALSO READ: Terry Waya, KiddWaya’s father plans extravagant wedding ceremony for son and Erica

 

Kemi Olunloyo tweeted;

“Terry Waya was one of Abacha’s boys.

He was loyal & worked hard for Sanni Abacha who seriously rewarded him in $DOLLARS AND £POUNDS.

His source of wealth then turned into lucrative businesses.

His son #Kiddwaya was evicted on #bbnaija2020lockdown.”

 

Recall in a previous interview, Terry Waya stated that he discovered Banana Island, a highbrow area in Lagos State.

 

According to him, the former Head of State gave him the contract to develop the epicurean environs, Banana Island.

 

Banana Island is a man-made Island which covers close to 1,630,000 square metres and is divided into 536 plots.

 

Mr. Terry Waya claimed he was given the job to develop the area before he handed over the contract to Chagoury to do the job.

 

He further explained that the then minister of works, General Adisa gave him the opportunity to be part of the Banana Island project; which he (Mr. Waya) contacted the Chagoury brothers; and that gave birth to the luxury Banana Island.

Equally important, KiddWaya is the son of Terry Waya, the once- flamboyant playboy who was the toast of society tales back in the mid-90’s to early 2000’s.

 

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