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Tonto Dikeh becomes Obasanjo’s daughter-in-law

11 August 2015, 11:11

Lagos - Controversial Nigeria actress, Tonto Dikeh, has disclosed that she is engaged to Oladunni Obasanjo Churchill, son of former president Olusegun Obasanjo.

She also expressed gratitude to her father in-law, Olusegun Obasanjo, whom she called her 'father-in-law'.

The actress, shared the pictures of her engagement with Churchill on her Instagram page

She said 'A big congratulation to us and thanks to everyone who wished us well and still wishing us,' she said, sharing a kiss with the love of her life.

Also read: Tonto Dikeh gives fans a Sugar Rush

“Special thanks to my father-in-law, the ex-president of Nigeria, Baba Obj, and my lovely mother-in-law. Exclusive special thanks to my lovely father and best friend Chief Hon. Dikeh and also to the best step mom in the whole world, who never ceases to pray for me.”

'As you wish me well, may your joy be full and mighty. I’m a happy woman and nothing will ever take that away from me. I have the best mother in-law and in-laws any girl can wish for.'

Mrs Churchill, as she addressed herself, added that she is a happy woman, with the best in-laws in the world.

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