Popular Nigerian activist, VeryDarkman, has recently utilized social media platforms to publicly criticize actress Tonto Dikeh and BBNaija star Phyna for allegedly endorsing products without the required approval from the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC).
Contrary to personal issues with the individuals involved, VeryDarkman clarified that his actions stem from genuine concerns for the welfare of the public.
These accusations arise following a previous incident where Tonto Dikeh supposedly involved the police in a matter concerning VeryDarkman.
Despite being questioned by law enforcement, the activist was ultimately released.
Known for his outspoken nature, VeryDarkman emphasized the potential risks associated with using products lacking NAFDAC approval.
His intention is to safeguard the public from potential health hazards that may arise from consuming unregulated products.
Providing evidence to support his claims, VeryDarkman showcased one of the skincare products endorsed by Tonto Dikeh, asserting that it lacks the necessary NAFDAC number.
The activist further extended his criticism to Phyna, accusing the artist of promoting a product in the past without proper NAFDAC approval.
VeryDarkman issued a warning to Phyna, urging her to address the matter promptly.
While acknowledging the ongoing tension between himself and Tonto Dikeh, VeryDarkman emphasized that his current actions are solely motivated by his commitment to public welfare.
He asserted that individuals who engage in product promotion have a responsibility to ensure that the items they endorse comply with regulatory standards.
Tonto Dikeh & Phyna advertising products with no NAFDAC number on the body, please tell your people to get a nafdac before file a case.
— Dami’ Adenuga (@DAMIADENUGA) January 11, 2024