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Tonto Dikeh, a Nollywood actress and candidate for deputy governor of Rivers State, has provided explanations for why she doesn’t regret her failed romances.

In a video interview with Chude Jideonwo that has gone viral, Tonto said that she has no right to regret any of her previous relationships.

She explained why accepting to date them had kept her in this kind of relationship.

She mentioned how her first relationship gave birth to her son King Andre and how, while being marred by lies and infidelity, her second relationship demonstrated true love for her.

She doesn’t regret them because of what she has learned from these relationships.

She would have stayed away from such connections, though, if she had the power to alter her past.

All the actress is focused on now is growing, learning and moving on.

“Honestly I have regretted only one thing in my life. For my relationship, NO

My 1st relationship gave me the most beautiful boy in the whole world.

Second taught me that even if you show me true love, you can still be the devil.

So, I learnt alot from my relationship. I wouldn’t say I regretted it, if I was to take myself back, I probably wouldn’t have gotten myself involved or indulged in it.

I don’t think I have the right to regret what I went through because I put myself there.

All I have to do is grow, learn and move on”.

Tonto Dikeh speaks on politics

The African Democratic Congress deputy governorship candidate for Rivers State, Tonto Dikeh had sent a message to critics of her political movement.

Tonto Dikeh who has been criticized by many for wanting to become a deputy governor yet not being able to manage her first marriage and a second romantic relationship, responded to the critics in a conversation with media personality Chude Jideonwo.

According to the former actress and single mum, Tonto Dikeh, matters regarding her bedroom affairs have no relevance to her quest for a political career.

“You’re not ready for change, because you cannot be looking at my bedroom life, and tell me that I cannot change you. That’s irrelevant. If we’re having a marriage conversation, that can come up, but if we’re talking about leadership, that shouldn’t even be a yardstick.” Tonto Dikeh said.

Tonto Dikeh further said “I don’t want to say too much, but the truth is, we all know what we want. What if a husband has nothing for me? What if that’s not where I want life to carry me?

There’s so many things that people should look at. What if I have said to myself, I do not ever want? I’m just saying, you know? What if a person has said to herself, I don’t want to ever get married, but I want to rule? So, I can’t do that because there’s no man beside me? We should be wise.

I’m not scared of anything; I own my life with my chest. I am not ashamed of what I’ve been through, what I’m going to go through, or what I came out of. No!”

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