Stop insulting my kids over Femi Fani-Kayode’s political stance — Chikwendu
Precious Chikwendu, the estranged wife of Femi Fani-Kayode, has warned critics to stop “laying curses” on her kids over their father’s choice of party.
In a post via her Instagram page on Thursday, Chikwendu said her concern is only about her kids.
“Enough of the curseless curses some of you are hurling at me and my kids over their father’s choice,” she said.
“I do not control or impose anything aside matters bothering on my children. I’m not bothered about words aimed at people who have not earned such.”
The ex-beauty queen said she doesn’t force her political opinions on anyone.
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Chikwendu also said she and Fani-Kayode, a former minister of aviation, didn’t vote for the same candidate.
“The past few days have been an experience for everyone. I was at my PU till 1am waiting for vote count as did many Nigerians,” she said.
“I have my own strong political opinions which I do not impose on anyone, I missed being on the ballot myself by just an inch and my party was different to that of my children’s dad which was known to everyone close to me.
“I don’t come here pushing my ideas, opinion, and passion down people’s throats. I also want my boys to love and adore their motherland with everything working here.”
Fani-Kayode is currently a member of the presidential campaign council of Bola Tinubu, Nigeria’s president-elect.
Peter Obi, the candidate of the Labour Party (LP), who had lost the keenly contested presidential election to Tinubu, on Thursday, addressed Nigerians on national television.
Obi, while speaking, broke down in tears while vowing to retrieve his mandate in court.
Reacting, Fani-Kayode had ruffled some feathers on Twitter after he referred to the LP presidential candidate as “Peter the Pooh”.
“Peter the Pooh says he won the election? “Wonders never cease! Now I know where the Obidients get their mass delusion & hypnotic psychosis from,” he wrote.
“Can someone tell this poor, lost soul to stop shedding tears on national television? He can leave that to Dati the Daft: he is good at it.”
His remark didn’t go down well with some supporters of the opposition parties.