Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh has expressed shock because of what a cow did to her dog while she was walking on the road.
Tonto Dikeh's dog almost got killed by a cow that was walking on a busy road. In this video that Tonto Dikeh shared on social media, some young herders were walking with cows on the road and one of the cattle dashed out towards the direction where Tonto Dikeh was passing with her dog.
The cattle saw the little dog and decided to engage in a fight with the dog. Tonto Dikeh was walking with a lady who assisted in holding the dog before the cow started walking towards them. If not for the car that drove to the scene and blocked the cow, the cow could have hurt the little dog.
Reacting to that encounter she had with a cow, Tonto Dikeh said, "This is how I could have lost my dog, what could I have said? Cow Heads dog? I love cows, dogs, everyone and everything".
Why are herdsmen still walking with their cows on the street and in public places?
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Source: Tonto Dikeh
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