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Tonto Dikeh and Mimi Orijekwe take sides with Juliet Mgborukwe who claims to have been battered by her husband

Tonto Dikeh and Mimi Orijekwe have taken sides with their fellow Nollywood actress, Juliet Mgborukwe, who recently filed for divorce after claiming she suffered domestic violence in the hands of her husband, Chima Ojukwu.

Recall that Tonto Dikeh and Mimi Orijekwe both left their marriage with claims of suffering domestic violence.

Reacting to a video shared by Juliet Mgborukwe with allegations that she was getting beaten by her husband, Tonto Dikeh wrote:

”Julie honey I can’t say I feel your pain cos we all hurt differently, I can’t say take this down Becos we all react differently but what I can say is don’t stay here for too long my GEE.. Go catch some great success,take care of your kids and be a brave woman.. ooooo you hurt I know,hugs and kisses my Love**This too shall pass,Increase the love for your kids it helps**MOST OF ALL PRAYER WORKS GEE IT WORKS.”

In response, Juliet wrote:

”I feel you blood??? Love you most and thanks for always being there for me through it all, You are one in a zillion?????????????”

Find Mimi Orijekwe’s comment in the screenshots below.

 

Tonto Dikeh and Mimi Orijekwe take sides with Juliet Mgborukwe

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Here’s why NBC impose fine of N500k on Ekiti State Broadcast Service

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The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), has reportedly imposed a N500,000 fine on the Ekiti State Broadcasting Service yesterday, July 11,2018

The broadcast house was fined for allegedly violating the ethical standards of broadcasting in the country and was accused of not been meeting ethical standard of broadcasting in airing political activities in the state

According to The Director-General of NBC, Malam Ishaq Modibbo Kawu, the Ekiti State Broadcasting Service had been unprofessional in its activities, particularly in the past two weeks and the NBC cannot but take action.

He said that the appointment of the Acting Director-General of Ekiti Broadcasting Service, Lere Olayinka, as the Spokesperson of Kolapo Olusola Campaign Organisation (KOCO), was not in conformity with the ethical standard of broadcasting.

"For the avoidance of doubt, section 5.2. and 18 of the Nigeria Broadcasting Code states that while a broadcaster /producer may interact with politicians in the course of...

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