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OPEN LETTER: Dear Tonto Dikeh, Consider Licking Honey More Often To Deal With Your Bitterness — S. Faleye [MUST READ]

Gbemileke Ajayi

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Renowned American poet, singer and memoirist Maya Angelou, once etched these wise words about Bitterness;

“Bitterness is a Cancer – it eats up the host.
It doesn’t do anything to the object of it’s displeasure.”

When in 2006 you made a humbling entrant on the big Nigerian movie industry, you were received with expectations that your career held infinite promises, and you were going to be a significant reference point and success story to aspiring younger girls coming behind you. I must confess, you have disappointed a lot of us that believed you held promises, and you have beyond doubt faired extremely poorly too as a role model.

A simple fact check suggests that you have thrived more for internet sensationalism and controversies than you have at any point in your less than twenty years of career, that apparently held promises but which you murdered before it even took flight. Thanks to your apparent character stink.

You now reek of overt paranoia and covert bitterness, that you’ve now turned yourself into a butt of joke at bear palours, market square, campus hostels, amongst your colleagues, fans and Nigerians.

Like the proverbial insane person dancing in the market-square, where all onlookers are entertained watching on, but in real sense no one wishes to have the insane person as a relative.

Darling Tonto, people fall in and out of love everyday for numerous reasons including irreconcilable differences, incompatibility and mismatch. These things are part of life.

One lesson I consider pivotal for you to learn as a divorced single mum, is that, in cases of a fallout like this, rather than attacking your erstwhile partner, learn to confront issues.

You should be logically focused at underpinning circumstances that caused the rift between you two, rather than come to the public to demonize Olakunle Oladunni Churchill; while you try to smell like a rose. Healthy minds confronts situations; unhealthy, dysfunctional and bitter minds attack people.

Like you have been doing all along!

More often than not, you leave informed and deciphering minds like mine, wondering, if you assume that all internet-savvy Nigerians are as gullible and unintelligent as you’re (or as you’ve proven to be).

Actually, only your unsuspecting and uninformed fans scoop your lies without subjecting them to scrutiny.

Well, congratulations on your new relationship, and weldon with your acclaimed ‘celibacy’ too.

But really, if you have moved on like you try to make the world believe, why engage in a ‘reverse-psychology fight?’ When you come public, assassinating the personality of your ex-lover, by calling informing the world that he wasn’t man enough to pleasure a woman, it seem to me you’re deliberately attempting to discredit him, by making other women uninterested in him, thereby giving you a leeway to return to him when you deem fit.

Apparently, you haven’t gotten over Churchill!
He was a 40 seconds rider, a carrier of STIs, yet, you hung in, on the same penis for years, until things fell apart.

Howbeit, premature ejaculation isn’t even a terminal disease; if it were true he suffered that, he could get medical help after all. So, whatever it was you tried to achieve with that, was busted. Better luck next time.

You might also need to disembark from your disillusioned ivory tower, to realize that you were not worth anyone’s lies.

Your Ex-husband had a reputable family background, and it appeared, you were disillusioned thinking you could latch on that goodwill.

After Churchill lost his biological father about 22 years ago, he was raised into the esteemed gentleman he currently is today. It appeared upon realizing you turned out disappointed when you realized you couldn’t use the name ‘OBASANJO’ ; but your ex-husband was Olakunle Oladunni Churchill.

That didn’t sit down well with you! Realizing you might not be digging a goldmyne from the arrangement, you already started to show yourself a way out of the relationship.

The (only) existing Court Order over Andre’s custody; was dated 11th of October 2017 with suit no. FCT/CC/DU/CV/176/2017. The court ruled that all documents of your son must bear the surname of your ex-husband, Olakunle by right, while the international passport of your son must be kept in the bank, and must not be released except with written consent of both parent.
Yet, you fraudulently, go behind court orders to secure a new passport, with a change of name, with Andre bearing your surname.

You denied the father of your son access to his child, you also instructed his school not to give his father access to him.

Having done that, who would expect the man to keep paying for tuition of a child you have blocked him from seeing.

How would Churchill trust that if he kept sending you money for little Andre’s fees, you were not going to use his money to keep funding your glamorised lifestyle of drug abuse? Since you’re heavy on weed.

Recently, you sold a Toyota Prado belonging to your darling alleged ‘Yahoo Yahoo’ ex-husband, for 22million naira; why couldn’t you take Andre’s upkeep money from the pool.

You’re simply hypocritic.

Enough said already, it is just important you remember, that you can only protect three year old Andre from his father. When he stops being an infant years on, and he grows into an opinionated adult, he will know the truth about how you maligned his father from his childhood, thanks to your over bloated ego.

And all the venoms you have littered the social media space with, Andre will grow to see through the prowling deceit.

Bitterness is like taking a poison and hoping your enemy would die. Truth is end up hurting your own self. Actually, you don’t have an enemy in Churchill. The man has moved on, you should too.

And yes, you should consider honey on your diet menu lately, it helps deal with bitterness and you reek with it.

Best wishes

S.Faleye

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Prolific Filmmaker, Dickson Iroegbu Releases Trailer Of His New Movie, ‘The Good Husband’

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Multi-award-winning filmmaker, Dickson Iroegbu has majestically walked his way back into the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood with another blockbuster movie, ‘The Good Husband’.

Mr. Iroegbu, one of the best movie directors Nollywood has ever boast of, made film lovers believe he took a little break from film making, to pursue other dreams. Little did people realize that he was also busy in the background working on huge film projects.

However, he has eventually hit the limelight again with this box office breaking flick, ‘The Good Husband’. From the stable of Teamwork Studios Limited, ‘The Good Husband’ was produced and directed by Dickson Iroegbu.

Starring Sam Dede, Monalisa Chinda, Francis Duru, Thelma Okoduwa-Ojiji, Paul Sambo, Bassey Ekpo Bassey, and introducing Eeefy Ike and Shield Nwazuruahu. ‘The Good Husband’ is a timely film that x-rays the relationship between a man and a woman in a marital union. A situation where marriage mates feel they have figured out what makes a happy home, only to realize it takes a lifetime to unravel what truly works in marriage.

Mr. Iroegbu disclosed that ‘The Good Husband’ will make it’s way to the cinemas in Apri, and further said the movie will be exhibited in Churches and Mosques across the globe through all available distribution channels, so we are open for business.

Mr. Iroegbu who has produced and directed over 20 blockbuster movies such as, Women’s Cot, Critical Condition, Unfaithful, Romantic Attraction and The Mayors, which earned him Best Picture, Best Screenplay, and Best Director at African Movie Academy Awards, AMAA, has released the trailer of ‘The Good Husband’.

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Ekiti State Unveiled As 2020 BON Awards Host [PHOTOS]

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Ekiti State, which boasts of the top 10 tourist centers in Nigeria, would be hosting the 12th edition of the BON Awards come December 5, 2020.

This was confirmed when the award crew paid a visit to the executive governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi, at the government office in Ado Ekiti today and the official hosting right plaque was presented to him.

Recall that the last 2019 edition was successfully hosted by the Kano State government in December.

The traveling award this year, according to the founder, BON Awards, Seun Oloketuyi, is in three phases; Children Day Book Reading featuring Please Don’t Touch Me by Pastor Odukoya to be headlined by Her Excellency, Erelu Fayemi, visitations to top tourist locations in the Sunshine State by past winners of the awards and the main event proper.

While accepting the hosting right, the executive governor appreciated the delegation for its patience and assured of Ekiti State people’s readiness to welcome the 2020 edition of the award.

“Even though I’m not a movie enthusiast, I’m married to one who bombards me daily with her analysis. So I can’t miss it.

“Ekiti State is a state of creative art, and we have big names in the industry like Peter Fatomilola, Foluke Daramola, Odulade and many others.”

The governor also stated, “Ekiti is a lot more than what people think we’re and we are very delighted to do this and very much love to be associated with the success of the BON Awards.”

“We look forward to hosting you and be part of the series of events that follow it,” the governor concluded.

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Ace Musician Eedris Abdukareem Arrested For Beating Landlord In Lagos

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Popular hip-hop musician, Eedris Abdulkareem, has been arrested by the police for allegedly beating his landlord, Oladipo Abimbola.

Abdulkareem was said to have been reported at Area F Police Command in Lagos State.

He was subsequently arrested.

According to available information, Abimbola, who owns the property at Valley View Estate in the Ikeja area, accused the hip-hop star of fraud, harassment, and intimidation.

The confrontation that led to the arrest was said to have occurred on January 3, 2020, after the landlord instructed officials of Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company to disconnect Abdulkareem from power source due to overdue and unpaid accumulated electricity bills amounting to N535,000

The artist was said to have stormed Abimbola’s compound over the issue.

The landlord said he was unaware that Abdulkareem was to be his tenant when he rented out the flat.

According to him, Abdulkareem’s wife rented his apartment on behalf of her husband.

He also stated that Abdulkareem is an antisocial and dangerous person who constantly owes him rent and would stop at nothing to carry out his threat of assault.

Although Abdulkareem was said to have admitted having warned his landlord, his counter-accusation was that Abimbola sexually harassed his wife in his absence and refused to respect their privacy by wantonly encroaching on their side of the compound without permission.

He claimed that his landlord has once been arrested for a previous case of sexual harassment against another (female) tenant.

The matter is still with the police.

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