Tonto Dikeh laments, says she spent N180k on her son (video)

Tonto Dikeh laments, says she spent N180k on her son (video)

Taking care of a baby is quite hard and expensive that's why the adage that says “it takes a village to raise a child” is the perfect way to express what it takes to raise a child.

Raising child does not recognise wealth or poverty, everybody has to cope with different issues and hope for the best. However, being wealthy means you have more advantages than those who don’t have the privileges of the rich.

Nigerian actress Tonto Dikeh has shown Nigerians how expensive it is to raise a child even for a celebrity. The actress cried out on social media after she spent N180,000 on food and diapers for her son.

According to her, the items she bought for her son are supposed to be used for just two weeks. The expressed that N180,000 for two weeks is too much.

READ ALSO: Popular comedian Ushbebe joins siblings to celebrate their father's 70th birthday (photos, video)

She further noted that the country is becoming to hard to survive. Dikeh also made a joke, claiming that she would wash plate to make up for her expenses if she is unable to pay.

The mother of one wrote: “N180k for just diapers and food in two weeks or the country is becoming too hard which one.”

PAY ATTENTION: Get your daily relationship tips and advice on Africa Love Aid group

Tonto Dikeh

King Tonto's Instagram story

PAY ATTENTION: Get the Latest Nigerian News on NAIJ.com News

It could be assumed that the statement the actress was a joke due to the fact that she is known as a philanthropist. NAIJ.com had earlier reported that the actress has refused to help anyone after she was wrongly accused.

Top 3 Pastors Scandals: Which Are The Most Discussed? | NAIJ.com TV

Subscribe to watch new videos

Source: Naija.ng

Related news
24TH NES summit: Poverty to prosperity, making governance and institutions work

24TH NES summit: Poverty to prosperity, making governance and institutions work

24TH NES summit: Poverty to prosperity, making governance and institutions work
NAIJ.com
Mailfire view pixel