Former Minister of Aviation, Femi-Fani Kayode, has been called out over his tendencies towards women with many again raising his specialty for fair-skinned women. Fani-Kayode was called out as he hailed the lady on her birthday.
The controversy broke out on Saturday when the former minister took to his social media account to share a picture of a lady he called Lilian, eulogising her and wishing her God’s blessing.
“Happy birthday to a warm, kind, loving, courageous, beautiful, selfless, God-fearing and wonderful soul who has shown me and mine so much love and compassion.
“You are a blessing to us all Lilian and we cherish, love and appreciate you. May God continue to bless and protect you and may you live long and prosper. Have a great day habibi!”
Fani-Kayode has been married four times and divorced three times. His only legally married wife, Regina Fani-Kayode who is his second wife lives apart from him and is based in Ghana.
Also, his marriage to Precious Chikwendu, ended over rumour of domestic violence on both sides. However, Regina was quick to exonerate him of the allegation of domestic abuse describing him as a good and gentle man to his women. She said that Precious overreached her marital boundaries.
His special adulation of Lilian especially the use of the Arabian word, Habibi which means darling, raised issues with many even who would otherwise have passed over the message as an innocuous testimony of the character and person of the mystery Lilian.
A twitter user outed the lady as a Yoruba woman and owner of a spa in Abuja.
However, GWG reports that Fani-Kayode’s tendency towards fair skinned women immediately drew the attention of social media users who poured out their comments on the former minister’s proclivity.
While Fani-Kayode was called out as “the Solomon of our time,” there were some who had apprehension that Nigerians may lose their wives to him should the prophesy of him becoming president of Nigeria ever come to pass.
GWG recalls that Fani-Kayode recently welcomed a tenth child from an anonymous lady. The unknown mother is not listed in the official chronicle of his women in the public space.