- Tonto Dikeh has taken to social media to share her experience donating food on the streets
- According to the actress and philanthropist, the hunger in Nigeria is becoming dangerous
- In an Instagram post, she revealed she and her team members were attacked by angry mobs
Nollywood actress and philanthropist, Tonto Dikeh, has taken to social media to speak on the hardship in Nigeria, following a recent experience.
The actress who through her foundation has been distributing food to the less privileged, revealed she was attacked by them.
Describing the hunger in Nigeria as becoming dangerous, she revealed that she and her team members were attacked and roughhandled by the people they set out to help.
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In another post, she recounted how a man who had already received 2 bags of rice from them attempted to stab her with a sharp object as he accused her of depriving him of food.
She stated that they were mobbed by over 2,000 men and women in a certain community despite having security with them.
She then called on President Buhari to look into the relief funds being shared as she doubts it's going round as intended.
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Recall just a while ago, the mother of one explained that her foundation, which is named after her is about to start its raw food bank drive. She stated that she would be helping 5000 Nigerians to sustain their homes during this period.
According to her, she would be donating, 300 tins of tomatoes, 10,000 bags of pure water, 10,000 noodles, 10,000 bread, 130 bags of beans, 130 bags of Garri, 2000 multivitamins and 2000 immune system booster She called on people selling the listed items to identify themselves. She noted that the items have to be delivered a day after the first payment has been made.
Meanwhile, Nigerian identified as Ambassador Shola Agboola has joined other Nigerians distributing relief materials to people amid coronavirus lockdown.
Ambassador Agboola made the kind gesture in his hometown of Ila-Orangun in Osun state, where he donated to the elderly ones and widows. He took to his Facebook page to share the humanitarian work and posted pictures.
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