NCPC denies appointing Tonto Dikeh as Peace Ambassador

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Tonto Dikeh reacts to the released statement

The Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) has denied appointing Tonto Dikeh as Peace Ambassador.

NCPC explained that even though she paid the Commission a courtesy visit, what she claimed was a figment of her imagination.

The statement reads:

“The Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission NCPC wishes to state in categorical terms that King Tonto Dikeh paid an official courtesy visit to the Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission Rev Yakubu Pam on 25th February, 2021 at the corporate headquarters of the Commission in Abuja.”

“As the founder of Tonto Dikeh Foundation, she expressed her willingness and interest in partnering with the Commission in the area of peace building. She equally cashed in on the visit to commend the NCPC boss for his positive and relentless peace initiatives across the country.”

“However, we are suddenly inundated with claims from King Tonto Dikeh herself that she has been officially appointed as Ambassador of peace by this great Commission. This claim has gone viral in the media.

“The Commission frowns at this claim which is a clear misrepresentation of what transpired.”

“The fact remains that the Executive Secretary of NCPC never appointed King Tonto Dikeh an Ambassador of Peace for NCPC and this was not part of her visit therefore this claim by her is spurious, unfounded and should be discarded and seen by all Nigerians as a figment of her imagination.”

“Nevertheless, we appreciate her desire to partner with us in our peace building initiatives and in the area of pilgrimage sponsorship to the Holy Land.”

In reaction to the denial which came from NCPC, released what she termed an unofficial statement.

Responding via Instagram, Tonto Dikeh insisted she didn’t lie. She said there are “video proofs” that she’s telling the truth but she will rather respect the Commission’s decision and take the fall.

Recall that Tonto had taken to Instagram to write that she’s now a “proud Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) Ambassador for Peace Building.”