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Popular Nollywood Actress Tonto Dikeh spotted at Streams of Joy International Church (Pictures)

The popular Nollywood cum singer was spotted inside the church in Abuja. She attended their normal church service yesterday which was directed by Pastor Jerry Eze the head Pastor. Tonto Charity Dikeh is a Nigerian actress, singer, songwriter and humanitarian.[1] On 27 August 2000, Tonto Dikeh set up her foundation, the Tonto Dikeh Foundation.  The Foundation was established with clear vision and passion of making life better for all displaced and under privilege women, girls, youth, and children in Africa, in-respective of their Politically, Religious and Cultural differences.


Give me a gloomy mat That I may sit on it To appreciate the beauty of my mistress My mistress long for my love The shade of love covers both of us I'm not flattered by anyone's beauty For my mistress beauty is beyond The beauty of the man-made one The beauty stretches my neck all day Oh! Her beauty shines like a golden vase My confidence Is that of a richman Who have nothing to worry about I'm morose to have my rose My rose is beautiful than a neck rosary I'm deeply in love with her My rose, the source of my confidence You're the reason for watering you To adore you close to my heart every moment Every moment to me seems like a golden house A golden house, a marble house, what else? My soul pray to God for you to stay with me


For crops to germinate, it need to rain Or else we won't get any grain For one to get a good name It takes a lot to stay fit, not lame The body sacrifice as the main For the existence of brain You stay holy and out of shame To win your game Bringing on refrain by saying it again Won't make one remain It only repeat itself to be ready to tame Keep changing itself but it is still d same To remove your stain And conquer your chain You need to be at God's realm And not scarification gods taking ram To remain like a king and reign You need to keep yourself restrain For you to have an aim You need to think again and again No need of cream and rim To think and dream of big name You need to get your energy working like Abel and Cain With time you get replenish and regain Don't be like patience Dame By saying I conquer,I saw and I came Arrange yourself and be prepare for the stain For all success that come with gain Are always frontier by pain Pl


The young ones dancing and cascading Believing for their open breed Overshadowing the old one's belief While the cloth of leadership shouldn't be worn by thieves We hope for a better nation Even children are unrest with this governance Tempting the vibrant ones to romance failure Romancing what is an eye sore Which we have to treat the visible sore We hope for a better nation Why must they keep burying our heads? When they know we're the hope of the nation We must take charge from the notion Believing to build a build a better nation We hope for a better nation Standing tall above the high hills Education must be our tool Cutting the unwanted weeds Our intellectual reasoning cannot be a weed We hope for a better nation We long for a better nation A nation with no oppression Opposition with no sense of notion Will be a total disaster in our nation We hope for a better nation We beesech our heroes past to guide us The heavenly God mustn'

"Nigeria, We Hail Thee" (1960-1978)

Nigeria, we hail thee, Our own dear native land, Though tribe and tongue may differ, In brotherhood we stand, Nigerians all are proud to serve Our sovereign Motherland. Our flag shall be a symbol That truth and justice reign, In peace or battle honour'd, And this we count as gain, To hand on to our children A banner without stain. O God of all creation, Grant this our one request, Help us to build a nation Where no man is oppressed, And so with peace and plenty Nigeria may be blessed. The anthem's lyrics were written by Lillian Jean Williams , a British expatriate who lived in Nigeria when it achieved independence. While Frances Berda  composed the music for Nigeria