Tonto Dikeh has uncovered that she wouldn’t be getting back to Nollywood after the governorship political race in Rivers State.Review that the entertainer was reported as the agent governorship up-and-comer of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) in Rivers State.
Talking with BBC News Pidgin, Tonto said she won’t get back to acting regardless of whether her party loses the governorship political race in Rivers State.When inquired as to whether she has totally resigned from acting, the mother of one said, “I could do without films like that once more and it’s been quite a while since I followed up on screen, you know.
“I’ve acted in around two movies in 10 years, I value that my way begun from Nollywood, it is something that I regard, yet not something has been a major part of my life.“So even after the political decision, it’s not something I’ll get back to, yet I’ll very much want to add to the business when I get into power,” Tonto said.
She went on to compliment her partners, Funke Akindele and Banky W for their boldness and cooperation in governmental issues.“It is difficult for Funke and Banky W at their level to put themselves out there to impact change since reactions thus numerous things are involved.
“I trust in Funke, I put stock in Banky. With them, I can clutch something and say I accept that they have a dream for individuals,” she said.
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