Ms Oni said officers were incompetent "to kind of accuse me of doing it to myself, when I've said somebody has followed me from my workplace to my home".
"I even got told that they watched the CCTV footage and they saw no-one following me," she said.
"We've all seen the CCTV footage. There was a person in a veil following me.
"Why was this not found in the beginning? Nobody has answers to tell me."
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