I don’t have worthy siblings/family — Tonto

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VOLATILE and controversial Nollywood diva, Tonto Dikeh’s wild streak is becoming strongly legendary and it doesn’t look like the actress has any shortcoming about it. There seems to be nothing the actress can’t talk about.

Last Friday, when the whole world was celebrating the World Siblings Day, posting family pictures in joyful mood on several social media, Tonto took a different turn saying she has neither worthy siblings nor family to celebrate.



“National siblings day,I am my own family/Sibling.. For those of you with worthy siblings/family, don’t forget to show them love today and continually”, she posted on Instagram.

Later on, she posted a picture of her housemaid, known as Onyinye, whom she has celebrated severally, and praised her as her closest family.

‘Knocking on Heaven’s Door’ comes to town

THE much-awaited top of the range movie ‘Knocking on Heaven’s Door’ will finally be premièred today, Friday, April 18,at the Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island, Lagos.
A production of Achievas Entertainment in conjunction with Royal Arts Academy , ‘Knocking On Heaven’s Door’ brings to grim reality an emotional exposé  on domestic violence, betrayal, passion, faith and love.
It is an emotional story of Debbie,  a beautiful singer with a heavenly voice, married to the handsome and charismatic Moses. She is the envy of many. Debbie however harbours a dark secret that she tries to keep hidden within the confines of her perfect world; she is being physically and emotionally abused by Moses and the strain of it threatens to break her.
Can she be saved by a knight in shining armour, Tom, or will she be consumed by the machinations of Brenda, Moses’ scorned lover who will stop at nothing to see that she extracts her pound of flesh?
Set in a church community and woven in the tapestry of music and song, ‘Knocking on Heaven’s Door’ promises to be an unforgettable story, showcasing the amazing talent that abounds in Nigeria.
Starring Majid Michel, Ini Edo-Ehiagwina, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Adesuwa Etomi, Robert Peters, Lelee Byoma, Steve Onu (aka Yaw of Wazobia) and featuring singer, Evaezi. The movie is produced by Emem Isong & Ini Edo-Ehiagwina and directed by Desmond Elliot. Costuming by Jerry Obodo of Swanky Signatures.

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