Fani-kayode’s Former Wife Demands N800m From Him, Others

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Precious Chikwendu, ex-wife to former aviation minister Femi Fani-Kayode, has filed a restraining order against him.

Chikwendu also cited the Inspector General of Police, the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Commissioner of Police FCT and the OC Legal (CID) FCT Command, CSP James Idachaba as respondents In the case.

Chikwendu alleged that her ex husband was constantly threatening her life and he was using the other respondents mentioned in the suit to harass her.

She asked the court for a restraining order to stop her ex-husband from using the influence of the other respondents to harass her.

Precious also demanded a sum of 800m naira to be paid jointly or severally to her.

An affidavit that was in support of the application reads: “That I was in a most tempestuous and violent relationship with the 5th respondent (Fani-Kayode), a qualified legal practitioner, a politician and a former Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“The 5th respondent and I have four (4) children together and I am forcefully separated from our children who are all minors.

“Consequent upon the unbridled violence perpetrated against me by the 5th respondent and the forceful separation from our children, I filled a suit in the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja with suit no CV/372/2021.

“Rather than allow the contending matters placed before the FCT High Court to be determined by the Honorable Court, the 5th respondent has persisted in using the police officers under the control of the 1st respondent( IGP) and supervised by the 2nd respondent (Commissioner of Police FCT) incessantly to intimidate and harass me with a view to interfering in the adjudicatory powers of a competent court of justice.

“That the 5th respondent, in cahoots with his counsel, being legal practitioners and officers of the court contrived a purported petition against me alleging forgery and falsification of court records in relation to the matter pending before the FCT High Court”.

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