Precious Chikwendu Says Femi Fani Kayode Has Blocked Her From Seeing The Kids
The former minister, according to Chikwendu, has cut off all communication with her four boys.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Precious Chikwendu, a former beauty queen and the estranged wife of Femi Fani-Kayode, the former Minister of Aviation, has lashed out at him for refusing to let her see her children.
For over a year, the former lovers have been involved in a tumultuous divorce and child custody struggle.
During a recent interview with Chude Jideonwo on his show #WithChude, the mother of four revealed this.
“The children are with him, I haven’t seen them since August 2nd, 2020. Yes, since August 2nd, 2020, I haven’t seen my children and I’ve been physically prevented from seeing them,” she said.
“I don’t know if my children are alright because they don’t take my calls, I don’t know the school he changed my sons to. I’m told they go to school, the last time I filed a suit in court, they said the children are in school and they are okay.”
“I don’t know the school they go to, I don’t know who their teachers are, I don’t even know nothing or the nannies they are with, nothing! I have no access to my kids.”
Since their split in 2020, Fani-Kayode and Chikwendu have been at odds.
The former aviation minister and his estranged wife have been accused of a number of things, including infidelity and domestic violence.
However, in May 2021, the politician stated that he had begun a new relationship with Ezenwa Chika Nerita, another beauty queen.
Chikwendu and Fani-Kayode are the parents of four sons.
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