Police to re-arraign Precious Chikwendu for alleged attempted murder 

Police to re-arraign Precious Chikwendu for alleged attempted murder 

The Federal High Court In Abuja will be re-arraigning Precious Chikwendu on Friday April 29, 2022 on allegations of attempted murder of her former hus

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The Federal High Court In Abuja will be re-arraigning Precious Chikwendu on Friday April 29, 2022 on allegations of attempted murder of her former husband and ex aviation minister, Femi Fani Kayode, also known as FFK and his children.
Chikwendu and others would be re-arraigned before Justice Inyang Ekwo on 14- count charge. Others are Emmanuel Enaka ( first defendant), Prisca Chikwendu (third defendant) while others are said to be at large.
The defendants were earlier arraigned before the court on February 14 on 13-count charge. Justice Ekwo adjourned the matter shortly after police prosecutor, John Ijagbemi applied for the amended charge to be read to the defendant for them to take their plea.
The judge said the re-arraignment would be on April 29 for the defendant to take their plea.
FFK was the norminant complainant in the matter. But in the amendment charge marked FHC/ABJ/CR/01/2022 and filed by Mr John Ijagbemi on behalf of the Commissioner of Police, FCT Command on April 22, the ex-wife was said to have committed attempted culpable homicide on November 24, 2018.
She was said to have threatened to kill Fani-Kayode, the children and other occupants of the house with two kitchen knives at Asokoro, within the court jurisdiction.
The offense is said to be punishable under section 229 of the Penal Code Law. She was also accused of making false allegations on November 24, 2018 with intent to deceive members of the public and make them believe that the injuries in the pictures were inflicted by her ex- husband.
Besides, Chikwendu was said to have criminally uploaded doctored photo-shopped pictures of their biological child, Liam Femi Fani-Kayode, who was four years old to deceive members of the public that the child sustained injury on his forehead.
According to the charge, the offense is punishable under Section 24 (1)(b) of the Cybercrime (Prohibition, Prevention Etc)Act 2015.
The defendants were further alleged to have committed offences on Cybercrime, intimidation to kill the former minister, among others.
They were also alleged to have criminally used the internet to send abusive messages with intent to bully, harass and defame her ex-husband.
They were said to have fabricated false evidence by disposing to series of affidavit that  Fani-Kayode physically and sexually assaulted members of the domestic staff in inhuman conduct by causing to be electronically published in the National daily.