Nollywood actress cum humanitarian, Tonto Dikeh has flagged off a not for profit organization using the name of her 3 years old son, ‘King Andre Dikeh’ foundation.
The 34 years old mother of one announced this via her verified Instagram account in the early hours of today.
She shared a picture of the logo for the foundation saying that the foundation is positioned to help children seek solace globally.
She also said that the foundation is “determined to bring smiles on the faces of every child in need out there”.
According to the socialite, 15 000 children under-5 die every day from one cause or the other. She urged people to join the movement of stretching their helping hands to redeem “this generation of children out there who needs our resorts”.
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It is with great delight we announce the King Andre Dikeh Foundation, a non for profit Organisation that is positioned to help children seek solace globally. King Andre Foundation is determined to bring smiles on the faces of every child in need out there. On average, 15 000 children under-5 die every day from one cause or the other. Join us in this course as we stretch a helping hand in redeeming this generation of children out there who needs our resorts. The journey is for us all to make the world a better place…. @kingandredikehfoundation @kingandre_dikeh . . . . . @godspower.oshodin @t_d_foundation
Many of her Instagram followers applauded the kind gesture pledging their support while others were skeptical about the motive behind such a move.
Andre is the only product of the failed marriage between the actress and one Olakunle Churchill. They got married in 2015 and the marriage hit the brick wall two years after.