Nigerian police force has reportedly apprehended and detained, Prince Kpokpogri (Tonto Dikeh‘s former boyfriend).
Jackson Ude (Journalist and former Presidential aide), confirmed the arrest in a post he shared on social media. He wrote, "DIG Joseph Egbunike has ordered the arrest and detention of Prince Kpokpogiri who is asking Tonto Dikeh to return his Lexus SUV after both lovers parted ways. Tonto is allegedly using her relationship with the Police DIG to teach Kpokpogiri a lesson for messing with her."
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Recall that, Tonto Dikeh had earlier mentioned that she had a video tape that featured her former boyfriend, Prince Kpokpogri sleeping with a popular married social media influencer and dancer, Usiwo Orezimena Jane. But Prince Kpokpogri hastily debunked the rumours via an Instagram Live session.
Prince Kpokpogri further issued a public apology on September 27, 2021, to Janemna’s husband and family member via his verified Instagram pag, but stories made rounds on the internet that he later deleted the apology. His reasons for doing so, is yet to be revealed.
This is a developing story, as more information is made available, this article will be updated.
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