Tonto Dikeh Believes Chrisland Should Pay To Get A Viral Video Removed

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Many celebrities have condemned the students, the school, and their parents in the aftermath of the video, this is so shocking.

Tonto Dikeh, a Nollywood actress, has requested that Chrisland School pay to remove a viral video of a female student engaging in sexual activities.

Tonto Dikeh blasted those who are still circulating the footage on social media in an Instagram post on Tuesday.

She revealed that she contacted someone who can remove the video off the internet, but the cost is outrageously high.

The actress promised to donate N500,000 and urged interested parties, including Chrisland School, to help remove sexual content from the internet created by its kids.

Her post read: “I have been in touch with someone who can get this video off the net for good! The price is outrageous, I will donate N500 thousand naira only and we can push this to concerned fans and children advocators to contribute or the parents can work it up!

“Whichever way the first step is trying to heal these kids and work on how to punish the school for its involvement in the cover-up and neglect!

“If we want to help, we can start from here! Chrisland school can also Pay it off, that’s the least they can do now.

“Yes it may be on people’s phones but you cannot Google it and may not be able to upload ever again without alerting the authorities once posted again.” 

I’m hoping the school will work with her. 

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