‘My pride’ Tonto Dikeh gushes over her son, King Andre as she ignores Kemi Olunloyo’s public call-out

Nollywood actress cum politician, Tonto Dikeh is definitely missing her son, king Andre as she continues to campaign in Rivers State, ahead of gubernatorial election and ignores self-acclaimed journalist, Kemi Olunloyo.

Jaratunes reported that Kemi Olunloyo has been on TontoDike’s case and has been disclosing alleged secrets over the custody of her son with her ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill.

In a series of posts, Olunloyo alleged that Tonto was granted custody of their son because she passed a drug test using the urine of her son’s nanny, and she was involved in different relationships, which led to pregnancy.

In another allegation against Tonto Dikeh, Olunloyo said she was banned from the US after an assault and disrespect to a Ghanaian police officer. Kemi Olunloyo also claimed that Tonto had spilt on a Ghanaian officer, hence why she can’t visit the country.

Ignoring all the allegations against her, Tonto Dike shared pictures of her son King Andre on her Instagram page while noting that he is her pride and all hers.

“My pride, My Mine”, she wrote.

Days back, Tonto Dikeh declared that she was all set for the gubernatorial election in her state which was earlier slated for March 11th.

Tonto Dikeh who is the Deputy governorship candidate in Rivers State under the  African Democratic Congress (ADC) shared a picture of herself with her bags packed as she revealed that the date for the gubernatorial elections is what is on her mind alongside a leadership mindset.

She wrote: “Movement… March 11th on my mind. Leadership mindset…”

However, Jaratunes reported that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) postponed the governorship and houses of assembly elections to March 18.

INEC took the decision at a meeting of the national commissioners on Wednesday night.


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