Nollywood actress, Tonto Dike has jumped on her Instastories to write about how her sleep was disturbed by a terrible nightmare.
She shared that the witches responsible are blameless because she was the one who did not remember to pray.
Tonto added that is embarrassed about the whole thing.
Her exact words were, “Woke up from the worst nightmare… Dear Witches it is not your fault, I don’t blame you people. Na me wey no pray.
At my age in the kingdom little witches still have mind to press my chest. Iyam super upset, embarrased to say the least.”
See what she shared,
Tonto Charity Dikeh (born 9 June 1985) is a Nigerian actress, singer and humanitarian.
She was featured in a movie titled Dirty Secret, which generated controversy among Nigerians due to its inclusion of adult scenes. While some people criticised her role for being untraditional and un-African, others stated that Dikeh was merely being professional.
Following a successful acting career, Dikeh decided to pursue a music career. Prior to that, she was featured in a music video for Amaco Investments, alongside Patience Ozokwor. She made her music debut by releasing the singles “Hi” and “Itz Ova”, the latter of which features Snypa. On 13 June 2014, Nigerian singer D’banj signed her to his record label, DB Records. Dikeh announced her departure from DB records in March 2015.
Dikeh was born into a family of seven and is the third of five children. Her family is from the Rivers State, in the Obio akpor Local Government Area, and is of Ikwerre descent. At age 3, she lost her mother and was raised by her step-mother, who has two children. Dikeh studied petrochemical engineering at the Rivers State University of Science and Technology. Her traditional marriage to Oladunni Churchill was held in August 2015. In February 2016, Dikeh gave birth to her son Andre Omodayo Churchill, whom she nicknamed Baby X. However since then the couple has gone different ways.
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