Precious Chikwendu, the lovely ex-wife of Femi Fani-Kayode, former Nigerian Minister of Aviation and Culture and Tourism, has spoken up about their rumored reconciliation months after they both battled hard on social media and in court. In a recent interview, Precious Chikwendu stated that the whispers about her return are only conjecture and would not occur anytime near.
She said, “Linda Ikeji claimed she heard it from a source close to the couple, so she claimed. Of course we are co-parenting, so we do PTA meetings for our kids together. If any of them is sick they stay beside me.
That’s so childish. We’ve gone past that. We’ve talked, apologies were made because it shouldn’t have gone as bad as it did. If conversations were held, quietly, peacefully and not with the stories that I had to deal with, I don’t think there would have been an issue. Maybe there would have been a chance at reconciliation.
Fake stories were published about me that would take me a while to clear my name from. Few of them are that I am a mad person, that I was charged with murder twice. That I was docked and those things are not things I will overlook. All those are things I cannot just look away from without bringing closure to them.
Maybe in the future, I don’t know but I like where we are now unlike when we were a couple. It’s a lot better. Well, there is nobody that will be having fun and walk away…The truth is that if he was pleasant I would have stayed for the sake of the kids but he was not. I think we have a better friendship now, at least we talk without stress.
Well, what would make Precious Chikwendu give FFK another chance into her life even if it’s only for the sake of the children.
She said: “I don’t see that happening right now. I am just enjoying the peace. I am at peace with myself and everybody around me.”
Speaking on the number of men already asking for her hand in marriage, Precious Chikwendu said she’s not giving marriage another thought at the moment.
“FFK knows better now and he is thankful, happy. He knows that you can’t take a child’s mother away from them. There is always going to be a difference between the way I take care of them and another person will take care of them.
We have a formula. I don’t intend to cut him off, deny him access to his children. I have suitors, lots of suitors, but I’m not a baby factory. It’s not a big deal but for now I should focus on the kids. I don’t see the prospect of marrying immediately. Men will always be men. Most men think they can but they can’t. You don’t look for it, it happens when you are not looking.”