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Kemi Adetiba Blasts Nigerian Girl Who Vows Never To Return To Nigeria


Kemi Adetiba Blasts Nigerian Girl Who Vows Never To Return To Nigeria

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August 12, 2013 – Kemi Adetiba Blasts Nigerian Girl Who Vows Never To Return To Nigeria From America

Few days ago a Nigerian girl based in the United States of America identified as Kola Olaosebikan vows never to return to Nigeria again after the issue of underage marriage surfaced.

In the video that went viral last week, the young lady who claims she would never return to Nigeria again called her country of birth all sorts of names.

Watch the video below


Kola’s argument allegedly upset some Nigerians who lashed her with all sorts of comments.

Check out few comments below;

  • And that type of “my efforts won’t do anything” mindset is exactly why Nigeria won’t change. You’re not going to get a different leadership until you ADVOCATE for one. Nigeria is not the only country to have had leadership problems. Many countries have been reformed through the persevering efforts of their citizens. Why not Nigeria? My issue with this video is not that she doesn’t want to get involved, but the fact that she has audacity to criticize ppl who aren’t getting involved either. -soso94
  • Kola, I am a little confused as to your intent in the video. Are you just sounding off about your frustrations with Nigeria or are you really trying to effect a change by starting productive conversations? You cannot on one hand say and I rephrase “I will have nothing to do with Nigeria until its justice system is fixed by others” and then in the same breath say “share ‘my’ video so that we can start a conversation”. A conversation to complain some more? – cremeachocolat
  • You enjoy America today because of the sweat and blood people sacrificed to bring about the civil rights movement. ONE American, Martin Luther King, didn’t flee back to Africa because of the injustice in the American system, he stayed. He had ONE idea, ONE dream, that he shared and it empowered the American people to THINK, ACT and strive for CHANGE. Years later, you have Barack Obama. I will like to hear from you, so we can discuss further, I know you’ve greatness in you. – warrior of light
  • Thank God you can leave Nigeria and rep it from a-far. But You cannot make a difference by so-doing and until you can, people will not respect your opinion especially from the perspective it is coming from. “why wont you leave Nigeria” . I could think of a million reasons why you shouldn’t think like this, but here is one; If we all left then the little girls you want to represent will STILL be without HOPE. KOLA YOU ARE NIGERIA. – Rebecca Roberts

Kemi Adetiba, the former host of Maltina Dance All TV show has shared her thoughts on Kola Olaosebikan‘s video on instagram.

Read what she said below;

I try to stay away from controversial topics because I am extremely opinionated and can get overly passionate but after dear friend posted the video of this lady on her FB I was moved to say something. First before you continue with my statement. My first reaction after watching this video was to punch this young lady in the neck, but that wouldn’t be last like. My next reaction was to Cry. Cry because of the ignorance. Cry because her intention might good but her execution is distorted.

First off, every point she tried to make is watered down by her starting each sentence with “WHY WOULDN’T I LEAVE…”. Yet she moulds her points like she is advocating for change.. My dear, you are part of it. Many people might have the same reasons for not moving back to Nigeria (I for one am bi-continent) but you don’t see that many people wearing it like it is some badge of honour. It should be with shame and you should instead start the sentences with “How can I change…” If i was to do a video about the USA in the same spirit as this fine, young lady exudes in this video, she would be shocked and understand that THAT mirror she is thinks they are fighting on the side of RIGHT.

She also says “Why should she fight when there is no justice system in place that says that if you die for something you believe in, at LEAST someone will be held accountable for your death” Lol. Smh. That same America she is in, she should read up on it’s history then say that to Malcolm X, Emmett Till and all the other names that were not popular or published. If the Martin Luther Kings and the Nelson Mandelas had her exact same attitude… SMH p. S Your Ass STILL sound Nigerian… So, NEXT!!

From our own investigation, Kola Olaosebikan didn’t reveal her real identity online.

She is a blogger who took to YouTube to promote her blog under the pretense of slamming Nigeria.

If you click on her YouTube Video, you will see a link to her motivation blog there.

What a wrong way to promote a brand.



  1. Lawal Bamidel

    August 12, 2013 at 12:05 PM

    What is the solution my sister. I understand where u are coming from. we all need to go back and face the thieves my outside too, we became beggar in our country without war.

  2. Victory

    August 12, 2013 at 2:14 PM

    Well, she is entitle to her opinion.

    • thevoice

      August 13, 2013 at 4:07 AM

      True but most of her arguments are flaws. You left Nigeria in 1995 which means it was not her own decision. How old were you in 1995 that you took the decision for yourself? People tell you that you don’t have Nigeria accent, yet, you tell them thank you. Everyone has an accent even if it is american, British… Solution to Nigeria problem is not when you run away, problem can be solved through collective cooperation.

      • lor

        August 15, 2013 at 1:28 AM

        You lover of Nigeria why don’t you stand up and fight and make a difference. If you have one head, you would be long gone if you did that. Haters

  3. EgoBekee

    August 12, 2013 at 2:52 PM

    Kola or whatever your stupid and good – for – nothing name is, you are the most stupid human being I’ve ever known in recent years. Infact, you are a mistake of a human being to have come out of this our great nation – Nigeria. If I understand you very well, you said you cannot feel free walking on the streets of Nigeria and my question is , can you in all honesty swear that you feel very free walking on the streets of USA even when you don’t know if the person standing beside you has a bomb to detonate, a gun to start a sporadic shooting as it happens everytime in the States? Are there not kidnappers in the US? Maybe I should refresh your memory and that’s if you have one, about the man that kidnapped 3 girls and locked them up in his basement for good ten years, raping them at will and even fathered a baby girl with one of them. Can that ever happen in Nigeria and no one will know about it, not even neighbours? How about the Boston bomb blast that killed and wounded some people who were watching the marathon just last year? Are you insane or blind? Guess you don’t know how to do a research very well before opening your mouth to say all the gibberish and rubbish that you said about Nigeria. How dare you even compare Nigeria to USA? Let me tell you, you can only confuse and lie to those of us who have not been opportuned to travel or live in the States and definitely not people like me. I have travelled to many countries around the world more than you, while you left the shores of Nigeria to US alone and has remained there for God knows – how – long. You talked about education in Nigeria an how people spend 8 years in the university in Nigeria for a program that should take 3 years to finish in the States, and I want you to know that every country has its own educational system. If in Nigeria, we decide to study Mass Communication or Banking & Finance for 4 years in the university and in your America, people spend 1 or 2 years studying the same programmes, that is definitely their own system. By the way, how many American families or parents are able to send their children to college every year? So many families in the US can’t even see their children through High school not to talk of College and when you compare the ratio to that of Nigeria, you will be shocked. What you don’t know is that there is a lot of poverty in the US. The dream of every parent in Nigeria is to train their children in the university and they work very hard to actualise this dream. I can go on and on and on to educate you about the things you need to know about your so called America. In any case, let me stop here for now, while hoping and wishing you’ll never ever come back to Nigeria because guess what, you are as good as dead to us in Nigeria and don’t exist anymore. We are happy to lose a fool like you to the US because you are of no use to Nigeria.

    • iron bar

      August 12, 2013 at 8:25 PM

      u captured it.ny,nj,penn hv worse statistics in poverty..leave that clueless girl

    • Barry

      August 12, 2013 at 9:29 PM

      U no even pitty ham small self. U na bad guy. I like your analysis shaaa. Not bad.

    • ego

      August 13, 2013 at 5:18 AM

      Blah blah blah. If you have the opportunity to escape you would do so too and never come back. Our dear country is a hopless case end of story.

    • patra

      August 13, 2013 at 11:27 AM

      i think you shall find that there are many nigerians living overseas who feel the same as that young lady…there is crime everywhere in the world, i agree with that, but if you are honest with yourself (and if you look on naijagists search) you will find that Nigeria ranks as one of the top countries where it is unsafe to live. I agree with the lady on many points actually…in what other country is ritual killings high as part of the crime rate? huh? whilst living in Nigeria for 17 yrs i personally witnessed corpses on the street that were a result of ritual killing…it isnt safe to take public transport in nigeria due to fears of this, and neither is it safe to drive your own car due to fear of ritual killings, attacks by armed robbers, or attacks by policemen themselves due to ones refusal to give them money…whilst in nigeria my family were stalked by hired assasins (hey, it is a crime to get involved in politics in nigeria init?) what one should blame, imo, is the state of mind of the country and those living within it…desperation and hardship can and will lead many to commit crime…how does one address this? the change needs to come from the top (but as usual many if not all of the leaders are corrupt and look out for themselves and their own…something that appears to filter down and is evident in many of the citizens living in nigeria…look after yourself and your own and leave the rest to worry about themselves init?)…AND the change needs to also come from the citizens living within the country…but correct me if am wrong, with the Arab Spring we saw sweeping across the middle east since last year didnt a few nigerians try to start such a change in nigeria?? and correct me if am wrong but these forward thinking individuals were shot at and killed due to this? i actually have a video about this on my youtube playlist. Okay, then you might say that what are us nigerians living overseas trying to do about it? well, to my recollection and according to much of the news we get over here from people who know people who travel to visit thier loving, safe homeland of nigeria, they either are robbed whilst there, killed during the attacks, or simply develop mental illness whilst there or on their return from nigeria. Tell me now, how comes there are MANY businesses overseas that will never do business with anyone located in nigeria? I have come across many website of businesses that refuse to ship goods to nigeria…i for one have many skills and qualifications/knowledge that would come in handy for nigeria, BUT i know for a fact that if i dare to step foot in nigeria i would either be targetted in one way or another because of either how i look, how i dress etc…things that are so insignificant become a HUGE deal in nigeria…many nigerians in the UK will not even date their fellow nigerians because of their mentality and attitudes…i have lived abroad for over 15 years and am very aware of this…america has problems for sure with their bombings, and random drive by gang related shootings, but in nigeria you could be killed just for what you wear…I walk my dog anytime i want here…i walk the streets with 90% confidence that chances of me being used for ritual killing due to being out late at night or early in the morning doesnt hang over my head…i would be petrified to even walk my dog in the day time in nigeria…sad, but true. SO, people should please stop and wonder why a citizen of nigeria feels so strongly about her country in that way before calling her all sorts of names…cuz at the end of the day there are MANY whom hold the saaaaame opinions as she does. thats my 2 pence.

    • lor

      August 15, 2013 at 1:21 AM

      you fool that is in Nigeria what change have you made idiot like you.. What difference have you made since you have been in that country?? Tell me its you that is off no use because you there doing nothing. If you love that country so much why don’t you stand up and make a difference in peoples life, fool!!!! Any of you that criticize this video that kola made is just a he/she goat. You guys insult her, but at least she had the audacity to speak her mind, what about you guys there in Nigeria where have you all been all these years.. speak out and make a difference, and like she said, the system in Nigeria is useless we have useless government and until that government is changed there would be no change. piss out haters..

  4. mary

    August 12, 2013 at 2:56 PM

    I dont c what is wrong with what she has said. we all know nigeria is a hopeless and lawless country. y r u all angry that she said it as it is. Politicians are there destroying the masses on one hand and then religiouse leaders are on the other exploiting what is left of the masses. I dont understand our ppl at all. u expect this young lady to go fighting for change with whom n how. is she the messiah I beg leave ppl who want to go blog to blog joh.

    • iron bar

      August 12, 2013 at 8:26 PM

      to understand her rubbish talk.u need to be versatile in daily afairs of the world

    • alakuma

      August 13, 2013 at 3:02 PM

      I personally think black race have no brain or intellectual capacity to develop our nations, the Arabs are now more intelligent than black race most especially we Nigerians and Dubai is a great example of their intelligence. it will only take one thing to make Nigeria great (24 hour Electricity)maybe we would get it right in 50 years time. Our leaders have deadly combination of Mental health issues, lack of intelligence and individualism and the rest of the nation is at the mercy of the churches. Nigeria is a graveyard. May God help us

  5. Pororo

    August 12, 2013 at 3:39 PM

    Ignorant opportunist.
    Hope no glutton, some can’t leave because of the access to “sausage”.

  6. mark

    August 12, 2013 at 6:16 PM

    ur problem is inferiority complex in the area of ur English,in case u don’t know Nigeria English is the 5 sexist accent in the world according to CNN poles,England where I leave for the past 12 years is not even close, Nigeria have a problem we all know that but by condemning ur country in the way u going about it is not the best way if you so care about making a change go home and lead a movement for change if not shut up and stop looking for cheap publicity every country in the world have a problem we Nigerians are not telling people back home the truth about what we are facing outside Nigeria, so stop pretending that everything is ok in America

    • lor

      August 15, 2013 at 1:25 AM

      if you love Nigeria too much why don’t you run back since you love it so much. You should go back and make a difference too ok.. Haters

  7. iron bar

    August 12, 2013 at 8:16 PM

    stupid analysis..was the script wirtten foru to recite.which country is free from corruption?no matter how u fake ur accent or ur senseless rants..u are there due to people,s toils..has racism receded over careful of ur statements which is borne out of hatred for ur country cos it may change and u may be left out when that change happen…brazil and india was in that circle but check their economy today..brazilian economy even beats u.k as we speak.enough said olodo

  8. T

    August 12, 2013 at 9:10 PM

    I’m 100% agree with her, I’ve lived in America for the past 11 years I always said I love to go to Nigeria and live there and even send my child to school there. But ever since all this kidnapping and Boko haram started all the killing and stuff.Ever since the killing of the Uniport student and the killing of the two Badagry friend imagine setting people on fire live, this is not suppose to be happening. Anybody can just kill anybody .A lot of bad things happens in usa too, but there is law nobody is above the law. Here in us you go to college like you move to next class after you high school there nothing like am waiting for my Jamb or whatever .
    Nowhere is safe in the whole world but I still prefer to stay in us than Nigeria . If I can afford luxury home or car i will enjoy it with peace of mind . In Nigeria arm robber will not let you sleep. To be sincere I always condemn those that told me they have anything to do in Nigeria I always see them as bastard,But I will not blame anybody again.everyone as difference reason why they don’t want to go to Nigeria some it’s because of the family where they come from .beside that Nigeria it’s not safe anymore unlike in the 90’s . Things have really change everybody want to be rich, the riches are oppressing the poor everything is millions .i wonder where a lot of Nigerian get their money from, stealing,bribe,robbery,ritual etc if all this can be remove Nigeria will be a better place to live in whole world imagine having electricity for 10 years without turning it off, don’t tell me Nigeria can not afford that ,they can do more than that its just the corruption will not allow them to do the right thing .and many cannot afford a meal in a day many lavish millions on houses and cars .so don’t blame the girl if say she don’t want come to Nigeria .

    • bosko

      August 13, 2013 at 2:21 AM

      stay where u are mr low will repair itself.patrotism counts..get it mr man

  9. Barry

    August 12, 2013 at 9:17 PM

    Escapism is not the best solution to the problem we are faced with as a country. Atimes I get confused when even in countries like America, their citizens protest when there are problems affecting them. Why can’t we as right Nigerians stand up and fight for our own good? You and me are the causes of all these problems we are faced with.
    However, I don’t blame her for that expression, and so I won’t even say anything bad or good for that.

    • T

      August 13, 2013 at 1:12 AM

      To Barry , many people would love to protest but nobody want die, if people are protesting in us police will make sure that everything go on smoothly nobody will fight no one ,but let people come out in Nigeria police will start shooting and kill innocent people how many times student have protesting before without one or two been kill. We had enough of this .we don’t like what is happening in Nigeria it’s just that we cannot confront them. A lot of people have died like Abiola Mko, Bola Ige and many others . Nothing happen .so how much more ordinary people that nobody knows tell me what will happen, the person will just die for nothing.

  10. Jt

    August 12, 2013 at 10:25 PM

    No place is safe….things are bad every where.

  11. magnus

    August 12, 2013 at 11:59 PM


  12. Taiwo Bolarinwa Nord

    August 13, 2013 at 4:53 AM

    She lunatic.

  13. love

    August 13, 2013 at 6:33 AM

    true is bitter, this girl is saying the truth. i agree with her completely

  14. princess

    August 13, 2013 at 8:30 AM

    ppl shuld stop covering wot is not who don’t knw d probs in nig? Bad many of u suggesting she shuld come correct things here why can’t u do it?We all know anyone who tries it is good as dead.D truth Is dat every country has der own fault but nig need prayer from all of us coz of d direction is turning now.av been out der,honestly our country is tolerating but needs serious intervention of d holy Spirit. He alone we all can pray inform of helping girl pray for ur country.

  15. abdul

    August 13, 2013 at 11:08 AM

    @ magnus – You and many others are contributing to the issue. Escapism or blame wont resolve our niaja issues. What will you do if one day England ask you to leave? Well, you might say its not possible, maybe its time you read the declaration on your Red passport (thats if you have one lol). Nigeria is not in a mess, many other countries go through worse situation. All we need is another Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Mandela etc unfortunately most nigerians are not prepared to fight for their rights, until that day come, Ex military personnel (Obasonjo & co) will continue to share power amongst themselves and their children. We need God to show himself, strike and rule again in Our great Nation NIGERIA. peace!

  16. Bukky

    August 13, 2013 at 12:43 PM

    Wow! It’s amazing how people are taking her views so personally… I think we are all entitle to our Opinion.
    This lady is right. I lost my love one due to Doctor strike in this country. Sure doctors don’t go on strike in America. What I don’t understand is why we can’t embrace the truth. I am sure if you were given same opportunity you will grasp it with both hands and never look back.

    @Kola Omo daada, well-spoken ooo but no place is safe in the entire universe. Except the Lord watch over the city, the watch men are watching but in Vain. God will continue to keep us and God will heal Nigeria.

  17. JEM

    August 13, 2013 at 5:20 PM

    The truth hurts. People need to accept the truth and stop taking the issue personally. The young lady has spoken now Nigerians should begin to put changes into effect. I am not a Nigerian but I have many Nigerian friends and I hear them complain everyday about the economic and social issues confronting Nigeria. Many of them feel safer here in the USA.

  18. Kelvin

    August 13, 2013 at 8:06 PM

    She made sense in her video, but will those who are supposed to be touched really be moved? Our so-called leaders will never be moved by things like this.

  19. Samson Odeleye

    August 16, 2013 at 2:14 AM

    Three word….She is Right.

  20. toyinstar

    October 20, 2013 at 10:54 PM

    I’m guessing she started the YouTube channel for fame/ attention
    but then have you seen the young beauties on YouTube???
    the worwor aje butter realized she can’t compete so she dropped the motivational speaker act for this unpatriotic, sell out act hoping to get the attention/ fame
    but in the real world only beauty or/and brains can get a woman such attention
    neither of which she has…
    but God has given her a rich dad who has taken her abroad and we all know will someday use his wealth and influence to ensure his ugly duckling gets is the life of a worwor aje butter!
    as far as I’m concerned count your blessings and leave real life issues for those of us who face it daily!
    this lucky brat knows nothing about the Nigeria she dares to criticize…what do you know about orphans or getting married off as a child?? and she dares to say America sends Nigeria money!!! such infuriating ignorance!! international organisations send aids to 3rd world countries and these organisations are not owned by one nation..that’s why they are called INTERNATIONAL!!!
    FYI, I live abroad too..but I’m proud of my origin, accent and nation! God forbid that I forget my identity..if you wan follow oyibo accent that’s your prerogative..but don’t you dare come out and speak in ignorance about social political issues..and don’t you dare use Nigeria for cheap publicity!
    if you hate Nigeria then change your name, bleach your skin and do cosmetic surgery!
    Pathetic hypocrite!
    finally, Kola and all other aje butters abroad thinking of pulling this type of stunt I reiterate do not dare use Nigeria and the plight of Nigerians who will never have the opportunities we have to travel and see the world for cheap publicity..if you can’t use the exposure/opportunity you have for the benefit of our nation then please do us all a favor…
    enjoy your daddy’s money and shut up!!!

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