Pulse Nigeria Poll Readers say Tonto Dikeh and Churchill should share custody of their son

Pulse readers are of the opinion that the estranged couple should share the custody of their son, Andre.

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Pulse conducted a poll on February 16, 2017, asking readers if Tonto Dikeh and estranged husband, Churchill, should share custody of their son.

 Oladunni Churchill accused Tonto of keeping his childAndre, away from him. Recall Tonto admitted to leaving the house with their little boy when their marital woes started.

She wrote to a fan,

"When a woman leaves her husband, she takes her child because absolutely nothing else matters to her but the child. This is what I did."

"I happily give all access for his father to see him.

"Now my question to you is that did your source also tell you that he has never called for once to ask how his son is doing? I will admit, I personally blocked his access to me for the sake of my emotional stability.

"But nonetheless he has the nanny’s no, my assistant’s contact, my part time help’s number, and many other mediums of reaching the son your source claims I “took away”.

"He could use all possible mediums wisely if he wished to."

play Pulse Nigeria Poll results (Pulse)

 

Churchill clearly not pleased with this took to Instagram saying,"The moments that we shared are so precious to me. I hope we will have lots of them in the future as well! Daddy is still trying hard to get exclusive access to you but hopefully, very soon things will be okay."

Now, 81.8% of our readers say Tonto Dikeh and Churchill should share custody of their son. 14.5% say King Andre should be with his mother while 3.6% say Andre be with his dad.