- Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh recently celebrated herself on Father's Day
- The actress took to her Instagram page to explain what a good father should be
- She adored herself for being a good parent to her son
Beautiful Nollywood actress Tonto Dike recently took to her Instagram page to celebrate herself and other fathers on Father's Day.
The controversial actress who has severally been spotted performing the role of a dad to her son, finds it deserving to celebrate herself on this special day.
The beautiful philanthropist also shared tips on how to be a better father and what it is to truly be a father on her page.
She wrote; "It's Father's Day and I wish Me and every man trying his best to be a good father, a Happy Father's Day. Being a father is a tough job as a matter of fact you NEED to be anointed to function in the role of a father and these are the things I want to discuss today.
There are men who impregnated a woman and gave birth to a child but they are not fathers because they have not been able to provide for the mother and child. When you think of all the bills you have to pay to take care of your family you will realise that fatherhood is not for boys.
To be a productive father you must go after the anointing and I will teach you how. The anointing guarantees that you can take care of your family very well and still have excess. How do you get anointed as a father?"
NAIJ.com had earlier reported that the light-skinned beauty recently shared pictures of her representing her son at the Father's Day football match at his school.
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The actress since after her divorce with her estranged husband Olakunle Churchill has been playing the role of father and mother to her son she popularly calls Juicy Man.
Tonto again showed that one can easily fill the gap of a spouse in the life of their children. She dressed up in her sports wear and went forth to compete with different fathers at her son's school.
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