”Tonto Dikeh never went to the Nigerian Embassy naked.” – Ghana Crime Officer Says In New Video
By admin On 14 Mar, 2017 At 01:50 AM | Categorized As Metro | With 0 Comments

Tonto DikehFollowing the video of an interview granted by Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, about her failed marriage with estranged husband, Olakunke Oladunni Churchill that went viral few days ago, a new report has emerged online that revealed she never went to the Nigerian Embassy naked.

You will recall that in the tell all interview, the mum of one claims that she ran to the Nigeria Embassy in Ghana naked as a result of domestic violence with evidences of pictures and video (read here).

In response to the claims, Crime Officer at Madina Divisional Police Office in Ghana, Supt. Joseph Obbong has stated in an interview with Ghanaian Joy News, that Tonto gave a misleading information about the incidents in Ghana she referenced to.

In the 29-minute long interview, Oppong said that she never went to the Nigerian Embassy naked as she claimed, but in fact, was arrested as she vandalised Churchill’s properties at his Trassaco home in Accra, Ghana on June 9, 2015.

He said Churchill was the one who filed a complaint at the police station.

Speaking further, Oppong stated that “neighbors confirmed she came in with a bottle of vodka around 3AM… most likely drunk, as she damaged properties worth $20,000: adding that she attested to doing this in her written statement.

Tonto nearly gunned down one of the house helps who tried to restrain her, according to Oppong. When asked who had the gun, he confirmed that it belonged to Churchill, but she broke into his safe to get it.

It was also revealed that it was the timely intervention of the Police team that saved a life as the boyfriend was not in the house as at the time of the havoc.

Watch the full exclusive Video below…

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