Olakunle Churchill talks about his relationship with estranged wife Tonto Dikeh. In an interview with ‘LIB’, Olakunle debunks domestic violence.

“The truth is, what you read in the news is different from reality. My partner fights dirty and that’s what she’s put out there. Tonto will say anything to sound believable and gain public sympathy and that’s what she puts out there. It’s not real, I’ve never laid my hands on her ever.

I’m not a violent person and I’m not temperamental, as a matter of fact I don;t take offence on anything at all, that’s how God made me, people who are close to me knows this, when I’m upset about something I simply avoid the offender and come to terms with the fact that I don’t need such vibes around me, he said”

Speaking on whether there was still hope for the couple, the real estate entrepreneur said

“Oh, I’ve tried, but it’s just like seeing danger and you going for it. I tried to get the relationship back so I could help her condition and because of my kid but she doesn’t want peace”.

He also spoke about his relationship with his son and his reaction to Tonto Dikeh dressing like a man to celebrate father’s day.

“That’s the main reason why I was trying to make it work, because she does somethings that are not normal at all. And only someone close to her can save her because she needs help. It’s been 7-months now and all she’s been doing is to give me a bad name.

She makes it look like I don’t care about my son. I help other kids, so why will i ignore my son. Since my son got back to country when he was 4-months, I opened a Zenith bank account for him and his mum is he sole signatory to that account. I put money in that account regularly. I send money to her own account as well and she won’t even acknowledge the money when she gets it but she goes on saying I don’t take care of my son.
I’ve invited her family over to try and make peace but she’s been deceiving everyone and goes back online to pull her stunts and the truth is King’s passport has been with me since he got back from the states.”
Reflecting over everything, Olakunle Churchill feels his relationship with Tonto Dikeh was a mistake.
“I knew I was going into danger, but I was ready to go into it to save her, but right now I do not care anymore, I’m done, I can’ deal with it anymore. I don’t want the relationship anymore.  She says I borrowed money from her and I’m like how? where is the evidence? At least I gave her 10 million naira last Christmas and I have proof of payment, so if she borrowed me money, she should prove it.
All these kind of negativity comes from someone who said she fasted 21 days before she met me, someone who said I brought her closer to God, so where is God in this situation and the way she wants my downfall?”