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Friday, 8 September 2017

Actress Tonto Dikeh Gathers Support For Benue Flood Victims

Super actress cum humanitarian worker, Tonto Charity Dikeh has taken up the plight of the Benue flood victims calling good meaning Nigerians and those in the vineyard of humanity to remember these people who have just lost all to the unfortunate flood disaster.

Championing the cause through her Non-Governmental and Non Profit making organisation, Tonto Dikeh, the beautiful mother of one appealed to colleagues, fans and everybody to donate generously towards the cause of the Benue flood victims as well as remembering them in prayers.

She urged interested donors to go through the link on the bio on her instagram handle, tontolet-afrivent.com/event/view/benue-flood-relief-donations-powered-by-the-tonto-dikeh-foundation to help facilitate how they can donate for the cause.

It would be recalled that so many lives were lost, including young and old and properties worth millions of Naira destroyed during the recent flood accident in Benue State.

In a message release on her social media handle tagging people she believes can join her in the campaign, the actress said, ‘’as we come together as brothers and sisters of humanity, let us remember to pray and donate for the people of Benue during such a difficult time. As much as our faith may be shaken over loss and destruction, let us never forget God is with us. Please go to the link in my bio to donate, so that relief materials can be provided. Thank you and God bless.
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Below is the footage of the message for the campaign


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