Tonto Dikeh vows to sue blogger who linked her with 'pro-government protest'

Tonto Dikeh vows to sue blogger who linked her with 'pro-government protest'

- Tonto Dikeh has taken to social media to blast a blogger for tagging her a pro-government protester

- The site had done a report in which they claimed the former actress was linked with the government protest

- Dikeh has now reacted to the post and has stated her intention to sue the blogger responsible

- The philanthropist added that she has always been in support of the #EndSARS movement

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Nigerian actress turned humanitarian, Tonto Dikeh, has stated that she will be suing a blogsite, Global Excellence, concerning a recent story they wrote about her.

In a screenshot posted to her Instagram page, the report claimed she was linked to 'pro-government protest'.

This did not sit well with the mother of one who noted that she was in support of the #EndSARS movement and that she will always stand for equality in Nigeria.

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Tonto Dikeh vows to sue blogger who linked her with 'pro-government protest'
Dikeh has vowed to sue the blogger. Photo credit: @tontolet/Instagram
Source: Instagram

She wrote:

"Disclaimer Disclaimer Disclaimer What really is this nonsense? This is insensitive, malicious and wrong! Globalexcellence I will be suing you for this, I will go to any length with you on this. Nobody I repeat nobody shld attach me to this rubbish, Iam Nigerian first before any other thing.
"@globalexcellence_magazine you will be hearing from my legal team!! I still stand for EndSARS and will always stand for equality in Nigeria. You bloggers contribute in killing this country more than anyone else with your fake news. #Enoughisenough #ENDSARS #ENDFAKENEWS"

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Meanwhile, following President Buhari's speech on the night of October 22, many Nigerians have now resorted to making jokes and bants on social media over the president's perceived lack of sympathy for the country and the lives lost.

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Well, it appears Abdulhakeem Seyi Gbangbola is not pleased with the attitude of celebrities and other Nigerians. He took to his Instagram page to blast such people making a joke out of the #EndSARS crisis.

In other news, Nigerian singer, CDQ, is having what some people perceive as the last laugh concerning his issue with Seyi Tinubu, the son of a top politician, Bola Tinubu.

In a tweet shared to his personal Twitter account, the musician reminded the politician's son of how he foretold their fall from the seat of power.

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