Precious Chikwendu, the estranged wife of Femi Fani-Kayode, the former Aviation M inister, has insisted on seeing her children.
While still in a relationship, FFK and Precious welcomed four sons. FFK eventually took custody of their children after their marriage fell apart.
Precious has been vocal about her dissatisfaction with this decision and has repeatedly requested for unrestricted access to their children. The former beauty queen highlighted in an Instagram post this morning that a right-thinking parent will do what is best for their children regardless of what happens between the parents.
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Precious asserted that depriving her children the right to a healthy, hale, and sane mother speaks volumes. She concluded her post by asking his estranged husband what he would tell the kids when their peers raise issues concerning their mother.
Read what she wrote below
”Whoever carries even one of these adorables as long as to term loves that soul deeply enough to keep and raise him as well , let alone multiple.
A right thinking parent would do what is right for their kids regardless of relationships or ties to a partner who by the way has a right to peace or even call it self determination like you often preached in the past. Denying these adorable ones their rights to their mother who is very alive, hale and sane, contrary to what you would like to portray so badly says a lot. It is not about you or I ? As we are adults who would both live out our time and be gone .
These amazing ones, have a full life ahead and you shape them like this? If this is all about pinching me into hurting, you’ve lost already . I’m an adult who can cushion so much but these lovely tender ones, can they ????
This emotional damage you are doing to them is also a disservice to yourself. I hear you finally let them go to school after one year because I came at you on that . Nice Now what would you tell them when their mates raises conversations about their mother during family tree classes? It indeed is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. Do you have a soul?”