A father is a father irrespective of marital challenges - Tonto Dikeh's ex husband Churchill

A father is a father irrespective of marital challenges - Tonto Dikeh's ex husband Churchill

- The ex-husband of Tonto Dikeh, Olakunle Churchill has said that a father will always be a father irrespective of marital challenges

- In marking 2020 Father's Day, he said that one could also be a father if one sees to the welfare of children around one, especially the underprivileged ones

- Churchill also prayed for all fathers, asking them to relax, that in time the reconnection they seek with their children will happen

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Tonto Dikeh ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill, has marked this year’s 2020 Father’s Day with emotional words.

In an Instagram post, Churchill said that marital challenges do not define a father, adding that a father is not only by fathering a child.

He added that being a father also means taking care of children around you and those that are in great need.

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Churchill prayed for other fathers around the world, saying that he hopes their children “will not be used as a tool of jealousy because of broken relationships like it’s done in old Era”.

A collage of Olakunle Churchill and ex-wife Tonto Diken with son, Andre. Photo source: Instagram/Olakunle/NollywodCommunity

A collage of Olakunle Churchill and ex-wife Tonto Diken with son, Andre. Photo source: Instagram/Olakunle/NollywodCommunity
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Tonto Diken’s ex-husband said that he hopes this present time will not be one where single parenting ends up confusing children.

He told all fathers that: “relax, you’ll reconnect with your child at the right time".

See his Instagram post below:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Churchill used his social media platform to drop an important word of advice for those who are single and actively searching for love.

Churchill in his short note of advice urged people in such a category to stop looking for a partner. Instead, he urged them to focus their time on goals and rebuilding their lives.

"Stop looking for partner. Focus on your goals and rebuilding your life," his post read in part.

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He went on to stress that the right person would eventually find their way to the lives of those that are searching.

In other news, a Nigerian man with the Facebook name Bright U Nkwocha has advised all singles ladies out there, telling them how to manage their expectations when it comes to men.

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He said that ladies should not worry about men who would not cheat, because they would always do. He asked them not to be bothered about whether they are faithful or otherwise.

Nkwocha said that single ladies won’t find any man who is faithful, adding that if all the preaching in many churches in Africa has made men repent, nothing ever will make them stop.

The Nigerian man said that the best thing for a lady to do is to find a man that would take care of them irrespective of their faithfulness level.

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