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I ’ m Still Married To Fani – kayode , Says Ghanaian Wife

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Mrs Regina Fani-Kayode (nee Hanson-Amonoo), the legal wife of a former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, says the ex-minister has never abused her in their 23 years of marriage.
She said this during a telephone intervie on Monday in reaction to allegations that Fani-Kayode abused his estranged wife, Precious Chikwendu.
Regina, who is a Ghanaian, said she got married to Fani-Kayode based on Ghanaian customs in 1997 and they subsequently tied the knot at the Apapa Registry in Lagos in 2002
She said, “We have a beautiful daughter called Oluwaremilekun and both she and I are very proud of him. He has been a wonderful father and caring husband and he has never subjected me to any form of domestic abuse or treated me badly.
“Reports in the media that we are divorced are fake and suggestions that I was treated in a bad way by him or subjected to any form of abuse at any time in the 23 years that we have been married are malicious and false.”
When asked if she was aware of Fani-Kayode’s relationship with Precious that produced four sons, she responded in the affirmative, adding that she approved of it.
Regina stated that she had relocated to Ghana and that a monogamous relationship would have been difficult for her husband hence she gave him her blessing to take another wife
She, however, said her husband did not commit bigamy as he did not marry Precious legally but traditionally.
Precious, who is a beauty queen, recently separated from Fani-Kayode amid rumours of domestic violence.
However, neither Precious nor Fani-Kayode has agreed to speak to the media on the matter.

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I’ll Assent To Death Sentence Penalty On Rapists, Kidnappers — Gov Sule

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He made the statement while flagging off a sensitisation programme for action against the spate of kidnapping and rape in the State.

Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State has disclosed that he is willing to sign into law death sentence for rapists and kidnappers, should the state Assembly come up with such a law.

He made the statement while flagging off a sensitisation programme for action against the spate of kidnapping and rape in the State.


According to him, “If the State Assembly come up with a law to make death sentence as a penalty for rapists and kidnappers, I will sign that death sentence into law.

” I will append my signature for death sentence passed on any perpetrator of rape and kidnapping considering the devastating effects of the acts on the economy of the state.

” Every State in the country has its peculiar security challenges, rape and kidnapping are the burden of this state.

“It is high time to consider a stiffer penalty for rapist and kidnappers to serve as a deterrent to others.” He said.

Governor Abdullahi Sule call on the people who were affected by any form of Police brutality and extrajudicial killings to report to the Commission of Inquiry set up by state government.

In his speech, with the theme “Kidnapping and Rape: Implications and Challenges for Economic Development in Nasarawa State,” Executive Director, Nigeria Centre for Women, Youth and Community Action, Dr Nawani Aboki called for proactive steps towards enforcement of laws against rape and kidnapping as part of measures towards ending the menace.

He stressed the need for traditional and religious leaders in the state to take the lead in sensitizing parents and victims of rape to expose perpetrators of the act with the view to getting Justice.

The participants called for continuous collaboration between government and relevant agencies in the fight against rape and the rising spate of crimes in the state.

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Nigeria : “When The Wicked Rule , The People Mourn” – Bishop Oyedepo

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WHEN THE WICKED RULE THE PEOPLE MOURN
-Bishop David Oyedepo
– None of your sons and daughters shall be wasted.
– The mercy of God will cover the length and breadth of Nigeria.
– When the Bible says, “when the wicked rule, the people mourn”, there is no other graphic illustration than what we have had in Nigeria.
– I said one time: NOTHING IS WORKING…
– What is working?
Never bother yourself when they speak against me. Those who did it yesterday, they are no more. I’m saying the mind of God and one billion devils can’t stop me on the way.

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President Buhari Presides Over FEC Meeting

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The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), is currently presiding over the weekly meeting of the Federal Executive Council.
Buhari is presiding from the Council Chamber of the Presidential Villa, Abuja with some members in attendance while others are participating virtually from their offices.
The meeting is holding amidst outcry over the shooting of protesting youths in Lekki, Lagos State.

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