Following the unending social media exposed marriage crisis of Nollywood actress and mother, Tonto Dikeh and her estranged husband, Olakunle Churchill, the media that interviewed them, has taken their investigations to Ghana over references from the couple in their interviews.
Tonto Dikeh claimed she suffered domestic violence at home and subsequently ran to the Nigerian Embassy in Ghana Nakked for safety.
The Media Room Hub reporter, Azuka visited the Ghana Police and the Embassy to further investigate claims from both couple and present facts to the public especially with regards to the status of those involved in society.
A Police Superintendent, Joseph Oppong, who was part of the team that investigated the case between Tonto Dikeh and her husband, Olakunle Churchill, spilled more secret as he was interviewed by Mediahub.
According to Supri. Joseph, an incident was reported to them on June 5th, 2015, by Olakunle Churchill, who alleged that Tonto Dikeh destroyed properties in his house in Accra, Ghana.
He went further to disclose that CCTVs, televisions alongside other household properties were found destroyed, when they got there. He also alleged there were eyewitnesses who confirmed the incident.
The Policeman alleged that the fight was caused by some women Tonto allegedly spotted her husband with when they got to Ghana on that faithful day, and told him not to come back to the house.
Mr. Olakunle who went to sleep in a hotel, didn’t come back the next day as he went out with some friends. This marked the beginning of destruction of properties in the house by Tonto Dikeh, by 3a.m on that day. He further alleged that those present at the scene of the incident, stopped Tonto Dikeh from destroying more properties before the Police got there.
He also alleged that Tonto Dikeh who looked haggard when they took her to the Nigerian embassy in Ghana, laid a complaint against her husband at the embassy. The Ghanaian Police Superintendent, also disclosed that Tonto Dikeh who was arrested by her husband, was also bailed by him (Churchill), as he wrote a withdrawal letter on the case, telling the Ghanaian Police that he will like to settle the matter with his wife amicably.
He concluded by saying that his men were not bribed by both parties, as they have a detailed document on the case.