I’m the sole owner of my Ikoyi residence - Toke Makinwa says

I’m the sole owner of my Ikoyi residence - Toke Makinwa says

- Toke Makinwa has reacted to the recent speculations about her losing her Banana Island home

- Recall earlier, the news went viral on social media that the house had been repossessed by Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria

- In a recent statement released by her management, it was confirmed that she, in fact, owns the luxury home in Ikoyi

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Earlier on, there were reports going around the internet that popular Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa had lost her Banana Island home after it was repossessed by Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).

Following numerous reactions, the controversial fashionista who has spoken out through her publicist confirmed the speculations to be false.

I’m the sole owner of my Ikoyi residence - Toke Makinwa says

Toke Makinwa has released a statement. Photo credit: @tokemakinwa
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A statement released by her publicist, Andrea Manuela Giaccaglia, asserted that the media personality is the sole owner of her Ikoyi property and that it has not been confiscated by AMCON.

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"On behalf of Ms. Toke Makinwa, we would like to address the rumour circulating the internet that Ms. Toke Makinwa’s alleged house in Banana Island was taken over by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).

Ms. Toke is the sole owner of her residence in Ikoyi. Our lawyers have been contacted and legal action will be taken against the originators of this story. Kind Regards, Toke Makinwa’s Management."

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Just recently, the self-styled baby girl for life took to her Twitter page to share how she feels marriages should have expiry dates that are subject to renewal just like contracts.

According to her, people should be able to look back at their relationships, gauge things and decide if they still want to be together.

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She wrote: “I think marriage should have an expiry and subject to renewal clause after a certain number of years, like the way we renew agreements, people should be allowed to look back on time out in, grade themselves and hit the renewal button if they can still stand each other."

Meanwhile, Nollywood celebrity, Tonto Dikeh, recently left fans stunned following her interview with entertainment celebrity journalist, Dele Momodu, in which she spoke about forgiveness.

Speaking on her attitude towards forgiveness and vindictiveness, she revealed that a man she loved and respected always spoke to her about the need to forgive and this made her realize it is more about one's need to grow and not about the next person.

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