Tonto Dikeh Orders Ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri’s Arrest for Alleged Blackmail
By Morenike Bailey
Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh has ordered the arrest of her ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri whom she accused of blackmail and debt.
The Delta State politician has been allegedly picked up by the Department of State Services (DSS) on Wednesday.
According to the Instagram blogger who broke the news of his arrest, accompanied with petition files to the commissioner of police, Kpokpogri has blackmailed ladies with their nudes and have also defrauded many politicians.
She added that the said man is a 'time bomb' that has been waiting to explode.
The blogger, Gistlover also claimed that Kpokpogiri was picked up by DSS operatives some minutes before their publication.
The petition accused Kpokpogro of blackmail, debt, and invasion of privacy amongst other crimes.
The petition which was filed by Festus Kayemo chambers read in part; "We are solicitors to Miss Tonto Dikeh and it is her instruction that we write this petition to your esteemed office. We have been brief as follows.
"That sometime in June 2021, one Prince Kpokpogri Joseph started to court our client with a proposal to marry her. In the process, he would invite our client to his residence, and sometimes he came over to our client’s residence. Unknown to our client, the said Joseph Kpokpogri (who our client discovered to be a serial blackmailer) and other motives for courting our client.
"Our client now has reasons and evidence to believe that Joseph Kpokpogri had planted closed-circuit television cameras at private areas of his residence and had staged managed those visits with the aim of blackmailing our client.
"She was surprised when sometime in August 2021, the suspect started demanding money from her and threatening to expose nude pictures and other such documents relating to her.
"The said Kpokpogri equally obtained the sum of eight million from our client under false pretense. However, he has paid back the sum of six million but has refused, failed, and/or neglected to pay the sum of two million outstanding,
"Our client’s Toyota Hilus van bought in her name is also in the custody of Kpokpogri which he has refused to return despite several demands," the petition read.