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Fani Kayode reacts to Sahara Reporters allegations that his marriage has hit the rocks

Yesterday, Sahara Reporters wrote a report alleging that it was Femi Fani-Kayode that got Apostle Johnson Suleman to make a prophecy on an assassination attempt against his wife, Precious, to cover up his acts of domestic violence on her.

Reacting on Sahara’ reporters allegations, FFK who took to his social media handle yesterday to gush about how much he is in love with his wife, Precious says the reports are all lies and plans to sue for defamation of character.

Below is his reaction as signed by his Special Assistant on Media, Jude Ndukwe…

“We read with disgust the fake story that was published by saharareporters this morning concerning Chief Femi Fani-Kayode and his wife Precious Chikwendu.

We wish to put it on record that there is absolutely no iota of truth in any part of that story and it is nothing but fake news.

As a matter of fact it is a total fabrication put together by a desperate and vicious media house that seeks to destroy the lives of every member of the Fani-Kayode family.

Saharareporters has a history of creating fanciful and destructive stories about Chief Fani-Kayode’s private life and this is nothing new. They have been doing it for the last 12 years and their hatred for Chief Fani-Kayode knows no end.

To write absurd and irresponsible stories in an attempt to portray Chief Fani-Kayode as an irresponsible and vicious wife-beater, to portray his wife as someone who has questionable morals and to go as far as to suggest that the paternity of their children was ever questioned is utterly shameless.

We would like to remind the publishers and editors of saharareportres that they have wives, children and husbands too and it is simply ungodly to try to destroy someone else's family and reputation with such lies.

The Fani-Kayode’s have instructed their lawyers to take up the matter and we urge the Nigerian public to ignore their baseless and desperate fabrications and treat them with the contempt that they deserve.”


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