Fani-Kayode’s ex-lover stands with Do2dtun on battle for children’s custody

Femi Fani-Kayode and wife Precious Chikwendu

Precious Chikwendu, ex-lover of the former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode, has expressed solidarity with media personality Do2dtun over his long battle with his estranged wife Taiwo Oyebanjo.

Do2dtun has been calling out Taiwo, sister of musician D’banj, on social media after his union with her ended, resulting in a battle for the custody of their two daughters.

Oyebanjo broke her silence on Saturday, accusing her husband of domestic violence among other allegations. She added that Do2dtun knows where to find their daughters.

Reacting to the matter, Ms Chikwendu, who also struggled with Mr Fani-Kayode last year to have access to the four boys she had with him, said in an Instagram post on Sunday that no one should be denied access to their children.

She wrote, “I am with @do2dtun completely on this one, no blame games but based on child needs and rights. I have been here and I understand what this can do to kids.

“It is not about their personal issues as a couple. It is about children that need at-least 50/50 love from both sides if not 100%.

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“Most men would take it all in and move on but he didn’t. He doesn’t want to be called a dead beat at all and it is applaudable. If you say he is chasing clout, what would this earn him? Will people dash him money or will it give him a boost in his career? No. This is a man missing out on his growing kids and he is hurting.

“Some will call him weak for crying out like he has, others calling him toxic for throwing it all in. He is fighting with all he has and that’s where he was pushed to. I can say this cos I got to this point too.”

The actress concluded, “All I am asking is for an amicable agreement in the interest of the kids to be reached . If love ends, raising adorable kids together shouldn’t end.”