I won’t stop fighting - Precious, ex-wife of Fani-Kayode says

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Fani-Kayode and Precious Chikwendu

Precious Chikwendu, the former wife of Femi Fani Kayode, has vowed that she will keep on fighting until she regains custody of her children.

Femi Fani-Kayode and Precious, an ex-beauty queen parted ways over allegations and counter allegations of extramarital affair and physical abuse.

Taking to her Instagram page on Tuesday, Precious cried out to Nigerians over her four children in FFK’s possession as she revealed that her former husband is seizing every opportunity to score a point against her in the social media.

Precious said she is ashamed of the Nigerian justice system as it play in favour of her ex-husband.

But she added that she won’t stop fighting until her kids are released to her.

She wrote: “Again to whom it may concern. I really don’t like issues with institutions, but I’m so ashamed our justice system is no longer respected and our government would watch its institutions be (sic) ordered around by someone who feels these institutions can be bought with a prize.

“Last Friday the court-ordered i serve everyone again on the newspapers, ( punch, sun and Thisday ) Mind you, everyone received service since June except the Fuse master who evaded service, so i had to go for substituted service.

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“It was done on yesterday’s papers and still this morning, my security calls to tell me that same people are at my gate. This isn’t stopping any soon right?. I’ve done petitions to government bodies involved with checking the activities of this enforcement agencies, but still, this has continued.

“Well, this woman won’t stop fighting either. My kids or we continue dancing naked till a sane person in this country realizes we all look mad in a naked dance-off.”

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Meanwhile, in a bid to clear his name, however, Fani-Kayode filed a counter affidavit to her suit.

He asked the court to dismiss the suit for lack of merit and for constituting an abuse of court process.

The former minister deposed that he had read the 23-paragraph supporting affidavit filed by Precious and that they were concocted and presented by subterfuge in order to mislead the court and frustrate the administration of justice.