Nollywood actress and politician, Tonto Dikeh King has shared a new piece of advice online following the ongoing drama between her colleagues Angela Okorie and Uche Elendu.
Tonto Dikeh, on Instagram, speaks on how gratitude brings peace and creates a vision for tomorrow.
The mother of one accompanied her note with beautiful photos of herself. She wrote, “Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.”
Her colleagues such as Monica Friday, Rachel Okonkwo, Iyabo Ojo, and others complemented her beauty in the shared photos.
Angela Okorie slams Uche Elendu for age fraud
Kemi Filani recalls that Angela Okorie’s slammed her ex best friend, Uche Elendu on social media for betraying their friendship.
Uche, who glamorously marked her 40th birthday, got Angela spiling about her alleged age fraud.
In what appears to be a deleted comment, Angela Okorie slammed UChe Ogbodo for telling lies about her age when she is actually 50 years old. It seems an old age wound runs deep between the colleagues.
Angela Okorie prayed that the evil done by her colleague would continue to follow her till death.
She wrote, “Na God go punish am, make she no dey lie, she is 50 years. this thief, May all the evil she has done continue to follow her for the rest of her life Amen. Nonsense human being.”
“Remind my kids how much I love them” Tonto Dikeh shares her wishes after death
Recall that Tonto Dikeh shared her after death wishes online with her over seven million followers. She disclosed what she expected her friends and loved ones to do whenever they see her kids after her death.
The former Rivers gubernatorial candidate shared the information on her Instagram story. However, the message was captioned from an online post.
Tonto Dikeh urged them always to remind her children how much she loves them and how she would do anything to see them happy.
“If I pass away unexpectedly, remind my kids every time you see them how much I love them and how I would do anything in this world for them. This is all I want.”