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Tonto Dikeh, accused of Theft by her Ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri

Still, on the ongoing controversy surrounding Tonto Dikeh and Prince Kpokpogri’s separation, this politician has taken to social media to accuse the actress of theft, likewise claim that the single mother of one is trying to “rubbish” him like she did her ex-husband, Churchill Olakunle.

Recall that, Tonto filed a petition against Kpokpogri, accusing him of blackmail and refusal to return the car which she bought for him in her name, while they were dating.

However, Prince Kpokpogri, went live on Instagram to debunk rumors of his alleged arrest by the Department of State Service (DSS) after Tonto Dikeh’s lawyers filed a petition against him. He also went further to accuse the actress of theft, stating that Tonto Dikeh is holding his Lexus SUV, worth 67 million naira in her place against his will. 

He didn’t stop there, he went further to call out Nollywood actress, Doris Ogala, on his Instagram live video, for siding with Tonto Dikeh, likewise claim that Tonto is trying to do to him, what she did to her ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill.

In his words ;

“A woman, you rubbished the first man you married, you think you can play the same game with me.”

You went to go and park my Lexus, a car that I bought of 67 million, in your compound, feeling that you’re bigger than the law.

If you’re bigger than the law than me, I will equally break the law.”

Meanwhile, the President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) Emeka Rollas has promised to go after Kpokpogri for recording and releasing Tonto Dikeh’s private conversation after their messy breakup, likewise his threats to release her nude pictures.

The AGN president also promised to make example of Tonto Dikeh’s recent breakup with Prince Kpokpogiri. 

Rollas wrote, “Events of the last few days have shown that actresses are now marked for blackmail especially hinging it on the basis of a relationship gone awry. But should it be a reason for publishing private conversations without the consent of the other party,” Rollas wrote.

We shall use this one to set an example to serve as a deterrent to all other persons including bloggers presently profiling actresses for blackmail to have a rethink. We will no longer fold our hands and watch our members taken to public ridicule via invasion of privacy.”

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