Nollywood actress and humanitarian, Tonto Dikeh never seizes to lend credence to the meaning of her middle name ‘Charity’. As always, every time an opportunity presents itself, the renowned philanthropist spares nothing, to help a lame dog over a stile.
Dikeh, who founded her self christened NGO, The Tonto Dikeh Foundation, and King Andre Dikeh Foundation, after her son, on Monday, March 16, visited Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada, in conjunction with Aisha Foundation, to visit ailing baby Solomon a 7month old baby, whom although doctors have not been able to diagnose the actual nature of his ailment, appears like extreme measles that covered his face, down to his feet.
The Ikwerre born acting sensation noted that her foundation for a wind of Solomon’s condition through social media, and decided to step in, to give their support.
According to her, “This is baby Solomon, he is seven months old. He was not born like this. My team and I decided to help out because, Solomon’s case typifies what my son’s foundation King Andre Dikeh Foundation is set out to achieve.
“We have taken up his medical bills, and also will be supporting the medical team in our way with investigating the nature of baby Solomon’s disease, as the nature of his condition has not been identified yet. His mom and dad are alive and standing by their baby through this trying time.
Indeed, if kindness had a face, it will surely look like the self decorated King Tonto. Speaking further, she said, “My Son’s foundation in conjunction with mine will be supporting more than five patients by taking care of their hospital expenses, to enable them get appropriate treatments.
“There are over 20 cases worse or same pain level disease cases in new born in the hospital,” she concluded.