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Fani Kayode’s Wife, Chikwendu Opens Up On Her Marriage

Precious Chikwendu Fani-Kayode, the estranged wife of the former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has finally opened up on her marriage.

Chikwendu, the mother of 4 boys has confirmed that her marriage has ended but not collapsed via her Instagram handle in a chat with an Instagram follower after she shared her photos with her sons.

The follower wrote: “These enablers are faceless, ur marriage is collapsing n yet these lonely, never better are encouraging you to join their miserable association. I pity you”

Reacting to the comment, Precious wrote; “@matress89 take note, it ended, it did not collapse.”

Another follower reacted “make your marriage work no human is perfect. All this people encouraging you will be sending him dms now. Go home, make it work, you have boys it’s not easy raising them without their father.”

Also firing back at another follower who advised her to go back home and make her marriage work, Precious told the follower that she can have FFK.

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