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“It’s Getting Depressing” – FFK’s Ex-Wife, Precious Burst Into Tears As She Pleads To See Her Kids (Video)

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Precious Burst Into Tears

 

Precious Burst Into Tears – Former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode’s ex-wife, Precious Chikwendu, has called on mothers to raise their voices in her struggle to see her kids.

 

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Precious Chikwendu whose six-years marriage to the politician recently hit the nail on the head, claims he has since denied her access to see her children.

Precious Burst Into Tears

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The mother of four burst into tears in a touching video shared on her official Instagram page pleading with mothers to raise their voices in her case.

According to her, being separated from her children for so long is depressing.

“All of this not for who is wrong or who is right this is for my children… I’m just appealing to mothers, to women, to every good person who has a conscience to help me. I’m tired, why do I have to fight so much to see my kids.

“Till court orders are obeyed, till our voices as mothers are heard, till children are no longer used as bullet shield for failures of two adults, till the emotional state of my sons are put into consideration we shall keep speaking up”. She said.

Watch the video below,

This comes after Precious Chikwendu said she was reportedly unable to consummate her marriage for six years because the former aviation minister of Aviation allegedly suffered from erectile dysfunction.In a lawsuit filed in a customary court in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, Precious said the four children she had with Fani-Kayode were conceived through artificial insemination.

 

She said;

At every attempt, the petitioner made to have sexual intercourse with the respondent, there was never erection of the respondent’s penis/manhood and penetration was frustrating.

“During such periods of frustration and sexual desire, the petitioner would be left with the choice of merely rubbing herself on the respondent, to have the slightest bit of relief. 

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