Tonto Dikeh husband conceals the marriage. Find out the latest news.

The private life of this actress and singer has not been going very smoothly. Olakunle Churchill, Tonto Dikeh husband, has succeeded in annulling their marriage. This union was hae been vert complicated and controversial. From this article, you will learn how the couple got married and how things got ruined.

The actress wasn’t upset about the divorce. She shared a post on Instagram where she talks about her joy of being divorced and says that the sensations were indescribable.

At around the same time, Churchill shared a video where an important family moment was talked about. He wanted to prove that the actress was lying when she said he did not pay the complete bride price. Tonto Dikeh had said she paid this herself. However, Tonto’s father confirmed that Churchill did in fact pay this fee. And Tonto’s husband has now returned the money to her father, consequently annulling the marriage.

READ ALSO: Tonto Dikeh allegedly reveals her support for Hushpuppi

In the last 3 months Tonto Dikeh and husband generously entertained the media with details of their personal life and marriage which lasted 17 months.

 Gossips and truths have been mixed together and people are not even sure what to believe about this couple anymore.

Another aspect of Tonto Dikeh marriage crisis that became known was a dialogue between the actress and her ex mother-in-law. Tonto talked to her about her husband’s unfaithfulness and that he was only with her for the money. She said she gave him everything but he was ungrateful.Looking at Tonto Dikeh wedding pictures you’ll see beauty and luxury. The singer claims that the event was organized with her money.

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Unbelievable! see what this guys did to celebrate our president Muhammadu Buhari’s return.

Some people sha.. What is all this?

Buhari no send una message to celebrate am reach this level.. Why would you do such nonsense all in the name of Celebration?

One was drinking dirty water and the other poured fanta on the ground and drank it from there like a Goat.

See photos below:-

Can you Imagine that?

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Shocking 13 years old girl beats 14 years old friend to death over a boy

Maa Abena, a 14-year-old who got into a fight with her 13-year-old friend – Faustina Korankye over a boyfriend in the neighborhood, was beaten to death in the fight that happened at Asamang in Afigya Sekyere East Constituency of the Ashanti Region, Ghana.

In an interview with Abusua FM’s Osei Kwadwo, the deceased’s family member disclosed that Maa Abena was stabbed by her friend Faustina Korankye, but thanks to the efforts of doctors she survived.

However, after she got discharged she got into another fierce fight on Thursday evening with Faustina, who punched the same spot the deceased was stabbed last month with a hefty blow, sending Maa Abena to the ground writhing in severe pain.

The report says  that the deceased was rushed to Asamang Government Hospital for treatment but she lost her life. Her body has been deposited at the hospital’s morgue pending autopsy. The family of the deceased however failed to confirm or deny rumours that the two were fighting over a man, as Faustina Korankye who has been arrested by Effiduase Police Command, is already helping with investigations.

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RIP!! Popular Gospel Artiste Crushed To Death By Truck In Port Harcourt [Graphic Photos]

According to online multiple reports, a popular gospel artiste, Fernandez Bishop popularly known as Fernandez Muzik (Jesus freak) was crushed to death by a truck this morning in Port Harcourt, the capital city of Rivers state.

The fatal accident reportedly happened at Akpajo, Eleme in Port Harcout! Wgile he was on his way to see a pastor.

Friends are already dropping tributes for the young and vibrant chap who was said to be a chorister at House of the rock church in the state! Photos below; (Graphic Photos Included)

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Boston Police Avoid Damage and Injuries During Rallies and Protests

National attention focused on Boston Saturday as protesters planned to fill the streets to pronounce their opposition to bigotry and racism a week after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.

Many were concerned that the protests in Boston would turn into riots, causing property damage and producing casualties — a repeat of evnts in Charlottesville that led ro one death and numerous injuries. The fear was that the violence would come to Boston, a major city where tens of thousands of angry anti-racist demonstrators were expected in the streets.

But after the marches concluded — more than 40,000 attended — those concerns seemed outsized. Boston’s city government and police force had allowed for a poorly attended so-called “Free Speech Rally,” which had ties to the white nationalist Virginia rally, as well as the counter-protests that far outnumbered the original event.

A ‘Free Speech Rally’ attendee is ushered through the crowd of protesters by police.

“I want to thank all the people that came out today,” said Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. “I want to thank all the people that came out to share … that message of love not hate; to fight back on racism; to fight back on anti-Semitism; to fight back on the white supremacists that are coming to our city — on the Nazis that were coming to our city.”

Boston Commissioner William Evans seconded the mayor’s remarks, stating that “99.9 percent” of those in attendance were there to “fight bigotry and hate.” He noted that there were only 33 arrests, no serious injuries, no significant property damage and said that everything went according to plan.

The commissioner then shared some of the details of their plan — which seemed to start with avoiding the policing procedures used in Charlottesville.

“We didn’t want what had happened in Virginia to happen here,” Evans said. “We didn’t want them at each other’s throat.”

Charlottesville Police Chief Al S. Thomas Jr. defended his department’s response to the white nationalist mayhem that rocked his city last Saturday. He claimed the rally attendees did not follow the plan both sides had agreed to ahead of the event, forcing his officers to scramble and improvise.

Protesters gathered in Boston Common.

“It was a challenge,” Thomas said during a Monday press conference. “We were spread thin once the groups dispersed.” Some suggest they were merely overwhelmed, though Thomas has avoided such a statement.

In comparison, however, Boston’s police force includes more than 2,000 officers and hundreds of civilian personnel. Charlottesville — a town of 50,000 residents, a twelfth of Boston’s population — has less than 130 officers.

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Dick Gregory, Comedian And Civil Rights Activist, Dies At 84

Dick Gregory, known for his sharp commentary on race relations during the 1960s civil rights movement, is considered a pioneer in using satire to address social issues.

Dick Gregory, the comedian and civil rights crusader, died Saturday. He was 84.

His family announced the news on his public Facebook page.

“It is with enormous sadness that the Gregory family confirms that their father, comedic legend and civil rights activist Mr. Dick Gregory departed this earth tonight in Washington, DC,” his son Christian Gregory said in the post. “The family appreciates the outpouring of support and love and respectfully asks for their privacy as they grieve during this very difficult time. More details will be released over the next few days.”

According to The Associated Press, Gregory, who was recently in and out of the hospital, died following a severe bacterial infection. NPR has not independently confirmed the cause of death.

After falling ill earlier this month, he was readmitted to the hospital last Saturday, his son says in a Thursday Facebook post: He “remains hospitalized with a serious but stable medical condition. His prognosis is excellent and he should be released within the next few days.”

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