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Domestic Violence: Tonto Dikeh’s Husband Replies Her

Obviously, Olakunle Churchill, who is the estranged husband of actress Tonto Dikeh, has decided to break his silence since news of domestic violence he meted out against his wife started trailing him.

In an Instagram post, he put up a banner with the inscription:

“Sometimes, people pretend you are a bad person so they don’t feel guilty about the things they did to you.”

Then, he wrote, “Real eyes realize real lies.”

Tonto Dikeh, had in an interview with Media Room Hub revealed how she was battered and abused by her husband, who is the CEO of Big Church Foundation.

The actress had related an incident that happened when she went visiting her husband in Ghana.

She said, “I have pictures, I have videos, I have everything to prove my domestic violence. I also have pictures in Ghana, the Nigerian Embassy in Ghana. There were times when I was really sick, and I’ve read a lot of things and I stayed back in my marriage not because of my child, because I believe that you cannot be abused or you cannot leave your child in an environment where there’s abuse, and claim that you are doing it for your child. I stayed because I was doing it for myself; I stayed because I loved my husband with all of my heart. I stayed because he begged me to stay a couple of times. I stayed because I just didn’t want to give up; I didn’t want to give up on the marriage just like that. I feel people can change.”

Back to Churchill and his post, fans/followers have been reacting—many in support of reconciliation for the couple.