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Fani-Kayode ‘s Erectile Dysfunction Didn’t Allow Sex With Him In Six Years Of Marriage – Estranged Wife

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Fani-Kayode 's Erectile Dysfunction Didn't Allow Sex With Him In Six Years Of Marriage - Estranged Wife

A former wife of erstwhile Aviation Minister Femi Fani-Kayode has told a court how his erectile dysfunction made him unable to have sex with her for the six years of their marriage.

Former beauty queen Precious Chikwendu disclosed this to a Customary Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja in an application filed through her counsel, Mr Abiodun Olusanya, seeking permission to see her children.

In the suit marked FCT/CCK8/01/043/2021, Chikwendu told the court that Fani-Kayode did not have sex with her for six years and that she was forced to remain celibate during the marriage.

She also alleged that the four children she has with Fani-Kayode were conceived via artificial insemination.

Chinwendu claimed through her lawyer that: “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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“The petitioner then insisted parties should seek medical help for the respondent, and on visiting the family doctor, the respondent claimed he was diagnosed of having a cyst on his penis/manhood, which is not allowing the respondent to have erection and or perform sexually.

“He was supposedly placed on cyprotab and the doctor suggested that the respondent should go and decide when he wishes to remove/untangle the cyst.”

Chikwendu asked the court to declare that she was never married to Fani-Kayode because he did not pay her bride price nor performed customary or statutory marriage rites with her.

She mentioned that in the course of their cohabitation, she discovered that despite Fani-Kayode’s denial, his marriage to his third wife, Regina, subsisted.

Chikwendu made the averments in her November 29, 2021 “Application for issuance of civil summons/plaint” against Fani-Kayode (the respondent) in suit FCT/CCK8/01/043/2021 filed by her counsel Mr Abiodun E. Olusanya.

She also sought an order granting her access to her kids during their calendar year and the respondent be continuously responsible for the academic, medical, clothing and welfare of the four children of the cohabitation.

She wants “an order ordering the respondent to release and return the petitioner’s property which includes the petitioner’s certificates and documents, trophies from the United Nations pageantry, red Range Rover car, registered under her foundation name and the foundation’s certificates and the petitioner’s picture.”

According to Chikwendu, since August 2020 that she walked out of the house, she has been continuously denied access to her children and her children have been continuously deprived of motherly care and protection.

Fani-Kayode is yet to file a response to the application.

 

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Asake Displaces Grammy Winner Tyla , Limoblaze Wins Best Gospel Act In MOBO Awards

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By John Michael Ojo

Ahmed Ololade professionally known as Asake, on Wednesday, clinched the award for the Best African Artist of the Year at the 2024 MOBO Awards held in Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Asake who recently lost his Grammy nomination to South African singer, Tyla, was named the winner ahead of his counterparts in the music industry such as Davido, Rema, Ayra Starr and the 22-year-old Grammy Award-winning South African singer Tyla.

Also among the winners is fast-rising Nigerian gospel singer, Limoblaze who won the Best Gospel Act at the award ceremony.

While Drake and 21 Savage were joint winners of the Best International Act award, Soul II Soul was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

British rapper, Central Cee topped the winners’ chart with two awards: Best Male Act and Song of the Year for ‘Sprinter’ with British-Nigerian rapper, Dave.

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Popular Tinubu’s Loyalist Hits Presidency Hard Over N5b Presidential Yacht

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Popular Nigerian actor, comedian and ardent supporter of President Bola Tinubu’s led APC administration,  Oluwaseyitan Aletile, better known as Seyi Law, has criticised  the government over its plan to procure a presidential Yacht valued at N5 billion for the President from the supplementary budget it recently presented to the National Assembly.

Seyi Law who made his displeasure known via his official social media handle on X, described the President’s proposal as being insensitive to the plight of the people.

The comedian called on Tinubu  to demonstrate his astute style of leadership by listening to cries of Nigerians who are daily being hit by the economic crisis bedevilling the name and put aside his taste for luxury.

He wrote: “I am absolutely not in support of the procurement of the presidential yacht. It is quite insensitive to the plight of Nigerians at this moment to even rationalise it. I call on the president, @officialABAT, to once again prove to Nigerians that he listens. Thank you, your Excellency.”

President Tinubu was declared winner of the February 25 presidential election which many have also alleged to be one of the most rigged presidential elections in the history of the nation’s democratic rule. However his victory was recently affirmed by the Supreme Court despite evidence showing discrepancies in his age, schools attended and name in the document he presented to the electoral umpire, INEC before the election proper.

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15 Years After Death,  Michael Jackson Earns $115 Million

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World-acclaimed  King of POP, Michael Jackson has continued to make name for himself in the entertainment industry nearly 15 years after his demise.

His latest achievement was disclosed by Forbes who named the songwriter, singer and dancer in its recent annual ranking released on Tuesday, 31 October 2023 as  the  highest-paid dead celebrities with an estimated earnings $115 million.

Forbes who gave the names of 12 other deceased musicians, authors, and A-listers stated that the highest-paid dead celebrities earned $470 million during the past 12 months, implying a 70% decrease from the record-breaking $1.6 billion grossed it recorded in 2022.

It further revealed that Michael Jackson returned to the No. 1 spot for the first time after four years with an estimated $115 million in earnings,and trailed by his late father-in-law, Elvis Presley who occupied the second spot with an estimated earnings of $100million

The legendary King of Pop, Michael Jackson, was said to  have been preparing for his concert in London when he tragically passed on as a result of drug overdose on June 25, 2009.

Below is the full list of 13 deceased celebrities and their earnings:

1. Michael Jackson – $115 million

2.  Elvis Presley – $100 million

3.  Ray Manzarek – $45 million

4.  Dr. Seuss – $40 million

5.  Charles M. Schulz – $30 million

6. Prince – $30 million

7. Whitney Houston – $30 million.

8.   John Lennon – $22 million

9. Bob Marley – $16 million

10. Bing Crosby – $14 million

11. GeorgeHarrison – $14 million

12.Arnold Palmer – $10 million

13. Marilyn Monroe – $10 million

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