Controversial Activist VeryDarkman Exposes Tonto Dikeh and Phyna For Advertising Unapproved Products, Cautions Public

Tonto Dikeh and Phyna Under Scrutiny for Advertising Products Without NAFDAC Approval

In a latest development, controversial activist VeryDarkman has taken to social media to call out popular actress Tonto Dikeh and musician Phyna for endorsing products that lack the necessary NAFDAC (National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control) approval. Advising the public against patronizing such products, VeryDarkman clarified that his actions stem from a concern for public safety rather than any personal animosity.

This comes in the wake of a recent police incident involving VeryDarkman and Tonto Dikeh, where he was questioned but later released. However, the activist seems undeterred as he raises the stakes by highlighting the alleged disregard for regulatory standards in the celebrity product endorsements.

VeryDarkman showcased one of the skincare products promoted by Tonto Dikeh, alleging that it lacks NAFDAC approval. Despite ongoing personal disputes, he asserted that his motive is rooted in the welfare of the masses.

The activist also brought attention to Phyna’s involvement in endorsing a product without a NAFDAC number, issuing a warning for her to address the matter promptly.


VeryDarkman emphasized that celebrities advertising unapproved products will face consequences under his scrutiny, signaling a commitment to safeguarding consumers’ well-being.

The controversy surrounding product endorsements without regulatory approval continues to unfold, raising questions about the responsibility of celebrities in promoting safe and authorized goods. Watch VeryDarkman address these concerns in the accompanying video statement.

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