On Sunday, the 36-year-old film star put out a video on Instagram wherein she could be seen with the anti-corruption activist at her son’s graduation ceremony.
Dikeh also accompanied the post with an emotional note in which she described Kpokpogri as “my husband”.
In the post, she gushed about having a man who’s always there and acts as a guardian over his family.
“The rush the emotions is truly beautiful having a man stand with me as my head and as a father to my son has been one of my secret prayers,” she wrote.
“I’m grateful Lord for bringing my family far and your continuous show off of love on us.
“If happiness was a purpose, it’s me King Tonto. When I thought he has one too much, Jesus did it again.
“He made all things beautiful in his time. Indeed Jesus is really taking care of me.
“If this isn’t God, then who is it? He turned my mockery into gladness. He turned a mess into a message.
“I adore you. Thank you to my husband.”
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Andre, Tonto’s son with Olakunle Churchill, her ex-husband, graduated from Nursery school on Saturday.
Tonto and Churchill had tied the knot in 2015 but the union ended controversially two years later.
In 2019, the mother of one had alleged that her romance-filled relationship with Churchill took a sour turn when her suspicions about him being into internet fraud and rituals were confirmed.
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