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‘Fake News’ – Tonto Dikeh’s Ex-Husband, Olakunle Churchill Says As He Reacts To News That He Has Been Appointed Deputy Governorship Candidate

The ex-husband of Nigerian actress, Tonto Dikeh has reacted to viral reports that he has been appointed a deputy governorship candidate.

‘Fake News’ – Tonto Dikeh’s Ex-Husband, Olakunle Churchill Says As He Reacts To News That He Has Been Appointed Deputy Governorship Candidate

According to the father of two, these reports are not true adding that his fans and followers should disregard such information.

He reacted to this report in a recent post he made on his verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Instagram.

The post that he made reads;

“Disclaimer !!! fake news 👎
There is no election in ondo state. Kindly repost 🙏

‘Fake News’ – Tonto Dikeh’s Ex-Husband, Olakunle Churchill Says As He Reacts To News That He Has Been Appointed Deputy Governorship Candidate

 

 

Some reactions that his post got are;

bubblestarr123 – 😂😂😂 Oga collect you title o

joyposhhairline – 😂😂😂 wahala gistlover zukwanike 😂

hyperemmanuel – Who did the flier for gistlover didn’t include the party name

cindy40628 – Gistlover and her favorite are not happy because you ignored their nomination. They want to recruits trolls to come after you

 

Weeks ago, he penned down a beautiful birthday message for his son King Churchill as he celebrates his first birthday telling him the joy he and his mother Rosy Meurer has brought into his life.

According to him, the birth of his son brought gladness and he’s the patch of green in the desert of his existence and the spitting image of him and sometimes his emotions could be controlled whenever he beholds his presence.

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