Nollywood actor, producer and director Uche Maduagwu, has taken to his official social media handle to declare his love for his fellow colleague and humanitarian Tonto Dikeh, as he informed his fans that he is 'destined' to marry her (Tonto Dikeh already has a son for her ex-husband).
According to Uche Maduagwu, he is a gentleman, as he has all the attributes to make her happy. Describing Tonto Dikeh as the most successful actress in the industry, Uche Maduagwu claimed his fight with fellow actor Jim Iyke, was because of Tonto Dikeh.
Regarded as one of the most successful and hardworking actress in the industry, Tonto Dikeh has starred in over 80 Nollywood movies, as she has numerous awards to her name.
According to Uche Maduagu’s social media post;
“Tonto Dikeh is already the most successful actress in Nollywood. Keep tour Oba wealth, she will follow me not you. A woman that provided for all her ex financially and even made them celebrities is interested only in true love not money”
Check out Uche Maduagu’s previous post;
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