Femi Fani-Kayode’s ex-wife, Precious Chikwendu battles ‘rare skin disease’ (Photos)

Femi Fani-Kayode’s ex-wife, Precious Chikwendu battles ‘rare skin disease’ (Photos)

The former wife of ex-Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, Precious Chikwendu has revealed that she experienced some skin problems that threatened her

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The former wife of ex-Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, Precious Chikwendu has revealed that she experienced some skin problems that threatened her smooth skin recently.

The former beauty queen stated that the condition got so serious that she had to use both local and international herbs and medication for treatment.

Taking to her Instagram page, she revealed that she has a very sensitive skin and experienced an allergy that first appeared like rashes but later developed into huge boils and spread to other parts of her body.

She described the situation which she revealed happened in January this year as an attack on her skin, adding that she has taken it as part of life’s lesson which she tagged ‘my scars and I.’

Chikwendu disclosed that presently, most of the scars from the skin infection have cleared off but she still has minor visible scars on her legs which she believes would also totally clear off in about a month or two.

While sharing her experience, she submitted that if she could go through all that happened, then others can also survive anything they may be going through, urging people never to give up.

Here is what Chikwendu wrote:

Life Lesson 101
My scars and i (Testimony)

“Having to deal with a sensitive skin has been one disadvantages of being snowhite. Asides from skin allergies that arises from change in weather, water or environment, I noticed a strange allergy which had common symptoms with psoriasis or endemic eczema January this year, it appeared like rashes and later metamorphosed into huge boils spreading to other parts in a blink.

“Dermatologists here and abroad queried different skin issues, people had different worries and pointed fingers at the supposed obvious, I had my mind fixed on what could have changed in my daily activities.

Chikwendu Chikwendu