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Famous Nollywood actress and Philanthropist, Tonto Wigo Charity Dikeh, has joined the #10yearschallenge craze, a social media challenge where people share throwback pictures which capture what they look like 10 years ago in direct comparison with a recent photo
The self-acclaimed radical for Jesus took to the gram to share her version and wrote:
God indeed has been faithful, A toast to life�#KINGTONTO”
The now viral photo captured the mother of one looking ravishing and putting attention on some areas of her body that she had surgery for including her B.reasts. Tonto also appeared more matured and classy
Check it out and let’s know what you think…
Contrary to the classic difference in the photos of Nigerian celebrities thus far, Nigerian singer Folarin Falana, better known by his stage name Falz has opted to share a 2008 – 2019 throwback photo as he takes part in the “10 years challenge” and his looks are absolutely shocking
The photo captured Falz definitely still having a rich unbleached skin, looking as young and innocent as he was a decade ago, even though his career has progressed drastically.
Sharing the said photos, he wrote:
“#10YearsChallenge any mush divrent?”
Falz is known to be a rapper who recently uses his music to be an activist
Former Super Eagles player, D!ckson Etuhu, will go on trial in a Swedish court on Thursday, to face a charge of match-fixing, Reuters reports.
Etuhu played at the 2010 World Cup for Nigeria and had a lengthy career in England for Manchester City, Preston North End, Norwich, Sunderland, Fulham and Blackburn Rovers, before moving to play in Sweden.
He is charged with trying to bribe a goalkeeper to fix the result of a league match between his former side, Stockholm’s AIK and IFK Gothenburg.
The game was due to be played on May 18, 2017, but was postponed after goalkeeper Kenny Stamatopoulos told AIK he had been approached by Etuhu and another man with a view to fixing the game.
Etuhu has said his former teammate must have misunderstood the conversation.
Etuhu told Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
The offence of gross bribery carries a maximum sentence of six years in prison.