It’s seems like the marriage feud between Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani Kayode, and his wife , Precious chikwendu, is getting messier day by day.
As the estranged wife uncle recently denied that there was any form of domestic violence in the couple’s marriage, the sister of Precious Chikwendu has come out to blast her uncles and narrate a whole story about their the couple marriage life and it’s such an endearing story.
Prisca also confirmed that former aviation minister indeed is a wife beater.
Taking to her facebook page, Prisca called out two family members for saying her sister has mental issues. She also alleged that they’ve been bribed by her sister’s husband. She alleged that her uncle knew about the abuse Precious suffered but was advised to stay first for the sake of their mom’s bill which FFK bore, and then for her sons.
Read her lengthy but detailed post:
According to Sahara reporters, Fani-Kayode’s first wife, Saratu Attah, whom he married when he was 22, was also regularly pummeled by him. Sources said the woman, daughter of the late Adamu Attah, was viciously beaten for requesting a swimming pool in their home on Marine Road in Apapa, Lagos.
FFK’s next marriage was to Yemisi Odesanya, daughter of a judge. She is now known as Yemisi Wada after remarrying.
In newspaper interviews, the woman told stories of Fani-Kayode’s viciousness and lack of care for their daughters, the reason for which he was excluded from the marriage of one of them, Temitope, in 2014.
Despite the disconnect between him and the children, FFK never fails to advertise his “love” for them on Facebook on their birthdays.
Under to hide his ‘spot’ like the Leopard, FFK soon displayed his ugly part when in August he attacked Eyo Charles, a journalist with Daily Trust, for asking him a question during a press conference in Calabar, Cross River State.
Apart from describing Charles as “stupid”, FFK used other derogatory words on the journalist, drawing criticisms from far and near.
The former minister eventually bowed to public pressure and apologised for his conduct.