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Fani-Kayode declares ex-wife Chikwendu insane, after she opened up

 Fani-Kayode declares ex-wife Chikwendu insane, after she opened up

Fani-Kayode, Precious Chikwendu

Femi Fani-Kayode, former Nigerian Minister of Aviation has reacted to the several allegations levelled against him by his estranged wife, Precious Chikwendu.

The former beauty queen had accused the politician of preventing her from seeing their kids since their split in 2020.

Precious had told an Abuja High Court that all her four children with the former aviation minister were conceived through artificial insemination.

She also alleged that the former minister had erectile dysfunction which made her to remain celibate during the cohabitation.

Reacting to the allegations, in a statement signed by Ayodeji Sunday Ibikunle, the ex-minister’s lawyer, Fani-Kayode rained abuses on her former wife, labeling her as insane.

The former minister slammed Precious Chikwendu, his ex-partner, for spreading what he described as a “specious lie and diabolical fabrication from the pit of hell.”

He also claimed that Chikwendu has “bipolar disorder”.

 “We are constrained to point out the fact that Miss Precious Chikwendu, the former partner of our client Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, Sadaukin Shinkafi, is suffering from bipolar disorder and schizophrenia,” the statement read.

“We acknowledge the fact that she is totally insane. Ordinarily, we cannot be expected to respond to the crass, filthy, delusional, salacious, disgraceful and absurd allegations of an insane person.

“We appreciate the fact that Precious is clinically unstable, is as mad as a hatter and is prone to telling monstrous lies and making delusional statements.

“A glaring example of her degenerating mental state is the specious lie and diabolical fabrication from the pit of hell that any of Chief Femi Fani-Kayode’s sons is suffering from COVID 19 or that any of them has head injuries.

“Meanwhile we will meet her in court where she will be exposed for who and what she is and what she suffers.”

Fani-Kayode and Chikwendu’s union failed in 2020. They have since been in a heated legal tussle for the custody of their four children.

The autopsy report to determine the cause of the death of a Master’s degree student of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Timothy Adegoke, has been submitted to police headquarters, Abuja.

Adegoke died after lodging in Hilton Hotel and Resorts, Ile-Ife. His body was found in a shallow grave. Police arrested six suspects including the owner of the hotel, Chief Ramon Adedoyin.

The matter was later transferred to police headquarters, Abuja for further investigation.

A credible source hinted that pathologists submitted the report to the police yesterday.

According to the source, “The autopsy report established that both internal and external organs are complete, they are in a normal position that they ought to be.

“They were supposed to subject the internal organs like heart, kidney, livers and others to tests but they could not do so because they were already in advanced decomposition stage as at the time of carrying out the test. They could not do toxicology test because his stomach has decomposed and was melting while they were carrying out the test.

“The report indicated severe trauma led to his death. I don’t know the type of trauma that he was subjected to before his death because the severe trauma that was arrived at was an open-ended conclusion. Severe trauma could be as a result of hitting him with sticks or he slumped, or sickness, or anything.”

Ondo Amotekun seizes over 50 unregistered vehicles 


The Ondo State Security Network Agency, code named Amotekun has said that it has impounded no fewer than 50 unregistered vehicles in the state.

The seizure came in the wake of stop-and-search exercise by the corps on Monday.

Akogun Adetunji Adeleye, commander of the corps on Ondo State said the stop-and-search exercise was to foil a plot by some criminal elements and bandits to launch devastating attacks on the state.

The commander said the stop-and-search exercise was a joint operation alongside the Nigerian Police and Nigerian Security, and Civil Defence Corps.

Adeleye however denied the allegation that his men and other security agents, on the roads were checking phones or demanding vehicle particulars.

He described the allegation as a mere cheap social media blackmail which could not stop the security operatives from protecting the citizenry during this yuletide and beyond.

“We received an intelligence report from credible quarters that bandits and criminals are trying to carry out nefarious activities in the state.

 “We hinted to the general public about two weeks ago to be very vigilant. This information became more credible when we heard that in some of the places mentioned in the intelligence report, armed robbers had actually struck. One in Osun and one in Ekiti State.

“The state government in its quest to ensure adequate security of lives and property in the state quickly called security council meeting where all security agencies were directed to be on ‘yellow’ and on alert to sensitise the public to be careful, watchful and to intimate any security agency in the state of any suspicious movement, he said.

“As part of the core mandate of Amotekun which is mainly complementary to the services of all security agencies. Before this exercise, we recognize the need to intimate the general public which was done via various media houses.

“Virtually, more than 90 percent of criminal activities in the state are being perpetrated with the use of unregistered, covered, and tinted vehicles. Again, a majority of these criminal activities are also being carried out using Okada, especially in the evenings.

“To this end, the state government directed all security agencies in the state to collaborate and work together to ensure that after the deadline, whoever uses a dark tinted glass would carry a police permit.

“Furthermore, the use of unregistered vehicles on roads which makes it difficult to track down criminals was also banned. We have impounded about 50 vehicles that violated the directive had been impounded since the operation started earlier in the week.

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