My Ex-wife Deprived My Children Breast Milk To Preserve Her Shape - Fani kayode Notifies Court

My Ex-wife Deprived My Children Breast Milk To Preserve Her Shape – Fani kayode Notifies Court

The former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, FFK, has inquired the Federal High Court in Abuja to dismiss the N800 million suit that was instituted against him by his estranged wife, Precious Chikwendu.

Fani-Kayode, in a counter-affidavit he filed through his team of lawyers, told the court that his ex-wife who is a former beauty queen, denied his children breast milk due to the fact that she wants to preserve her body shape, “coupled with a contrived medical condition which she claimed would not permit her to breast-feed them.”

In a 23-paragraphed affidavit he personally deposed to in opposition to the suit, Fani-Kayode said it was not true that the applicant (Ms. Chikwendu) was violently separated from the four children they had together.

He told the court that rather, “she elected to leave her matrimonial home and consciously abandon the children, in order to optimise without restraints, her extra-marital and inordinate sexual escapades.”

Continuing, he said: “As a fact, it is not surprising that Ms. Precious Chikwendu is capable of such reckless abandonment, because: whilst she was with me in the house aforedescribed, she employed 12 in-house nannies to cater for the children, excluding supervisors and nurses who equally attend to them.

“The Applicant did not at anytime extend maternal care to the children, for the reason that she had a medical condition which deprived her of any filial bond with them.

“She deprived the children of the natural sucks or breast milk, also on account of the need to preserve her body shape, coupled with a contrived medical condition which she claimed would not permit her to breast feed them.

“Despite the enormity of the Applicant’s brazen amoral acts, several entrities had been made to her, in returning home or visiting the children, but she completely rebuffed all.

“In a recent letter which was written to her Solicitor handling the matrimonial case, his attention was drawn to the fact that there has been no time that the Applicant was deprived physical access to her children, in as much as she has been speaking to them on phone and doing video calls with them.

“The Applicant only plays the victim and cries foul of deprivation of access or separation from her children, when indeed, she does not deeply desire to be with them,” he added.

Following, he prompted the court to dismiss the suit for lacking in merit, as well as for constituting an abuse of judicial process.