Popular Nollywood Actress, Tonto Dikeh, has revealed her intention to send controversial investigative Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, to jail, saying “Na Ogun go help me put her back for jail”.
She stated this while reacting to Kemi’s seemingly using her name to ‘chase clout’.
She took to her Instastory to write; “It’s like Kemi wants me to talk to her or something. Na Ogun go help me put her back for jail. Make we start to do goFundMe for you again, Agbaya!! Olodo.”
See her post below:
Tonto Dikeh made the news some days ago for gloating after her ex-lover, Kpokpogri cried out on social media that his expensive house in Abuja was being demolished by the FCDA.
The single mother-of-one had taken to her page to boast that what was happening to Kpokpogri is the result of him messing with the wrong woman.
Many people dragged Tonto Dike for rejoicing over someone’s downfall but Tonto shut those critics down.
Recently, Kemi Olunloyo had a live session with Kpokpogri and she asked if Tonto Dikeh had a hand in the demolishing of his house.
Kpokpogri disclosed that she wasn’t responsible for the demolishing and Kemi retorted that Tonto was only laughing at her ex-lover because of clout.
It would be recalled that the Managing Director, Federal Housing Authority, FHA, Gbenga Ashafa, visited the site of Kpokpogri’s multi-million naira mansion in Abuja, in the company of some top management team of Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA.
The officials claimed that the plot of land originally belonged to FHA, but a proper building plan was not approved before the mansion was erected.
According to FHA, notices to stop work were served at different stages and times of the work, but Kpokpogri refused to comply.
Also, the Executive Secretary of the Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA), Malam Shehu Hadi, who was also in the team that visited the site, said the road alignment had been done long ago and FHA was duly notified.
Hadi noted that the alignment, which the demolished building obstructed, was designed to serve as an important bye-pass to the Abuja-Keffi axis.
He added that any plan to realign the road because of the building would be difficult and not a fair judgment to those that it would affect, considering that the demolished building was not in existence earlier when the plan started.
Speaking on the development, the Director, FCTA Department of Development Control, Muktar Galadima, said the mansion, was unapproved, and couldn’t be allowed to override public interest.
He said the building was an obstruction to a major road network, connecting the popular Apo Bridge to many parts of the city.
He explained that the land has been duly allocated to carry out its Mass Housing Programmes.