Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has reacted to viral video on the social media released by Sahara Reporters, the two could be seen engaging in a heated exchange.
While reacting in a series of tweets on Saturday, he said the short clip was nothing but a “mere propaganda.”
Fani-Kayode said he was only trying to prevent her from filming him during the face-off which happened days after he caught her engaging in the alleged unholy act.
He tweeted, “@SaharaReporters posted a video which supposedly depicts me abusing my estranged wife, Precious Chikwendu. This is nothing but a propaganda video,
“There was no physical abuse. I simply took the phone from her to stop her from recording me after catching her in bed with a married man days earlier.
“My words in the video are self-explanatory. I urge those that watched it to listen to those words carefully. I told her that everyone wanted peace except for her and all she did was indulge in scandal after scandal. I have never physically abused my estranged wife,” he added.
Meanwhile, Regina Fani-Kayode (Nee Hanson Amonoo) a business woman, pastor and the legal wife of Femi Fani-Kayode, who lives in Ghana said their 23-year-old union remains rock solid irrespective of a fourth wife (Precious Chikwendu).
She went to Ghana when her daughter wanted a particular school and after a couple of visits she decided to stay back since the environment is serene.
She described her husband as a great husband: “Femi is a great guy, he’s wonderful, a great husband, and everything but that won’t stop him from occasionally cheating. So, I’m not the type that will say if I’m there 24/7, it will stop him from doing that. I am a very practical person, I wasn’t going to risk watching over my daughter to stay with him because if it will happen, it will still happen anyway.
It is better for him to be upfront about it and tell me I like this girl and everything rather than sneaking around and all that. So, when he introduced this girl (Precious) to me, I liked the girl because she was nice and all that. I completely loved her, we got on like a house on fire, and we were like sisters.” She said.
When asked, why did she not returned to Nigeria while her daughter was in school in Ghana?
She replied by saying: “My daughter was already a teenager and at that age, they start socialising and if you’re not there to watch over them if anything happens, you won’t be able to blame anybody but yourself.”