In a post via his Instagram page, the ex-minister shared photos of Regina, his third wife, while making a number of promises about their union.
Fani-Kayode also promised to love her “forever both in this world and the next” while stating that nothing would ever come “between us”.
“If I ever met an angel, it was you. If I ever had a loyal and true friend who, through thick and thin, was as constant as the Northern star, it is you. If I was ever loved it was by you. If I ever had love to give, it was for you. You are everything to me and I will love you forever both in this world and the next,” he wrote.
“For 24 beautiful years we have been one and until the day I die we shall be as one. I will never leave you. I will never stop loving you. I will never forget you. I will always stand by you.
“May God continue to be with you and May He grant you many more years of peace, joy, good health, blessings and prosperity.
“May He strike down your enemies, curse those that seek to curse you and shame your adversaries and foes. May He bless those that bless you, meet your every need, and cause you to flourish and excel.
“May He vindicate you and cause you to go from strength to strength. May He enlarge your coast, exalt your horn and cause you to increase.
“May He make every crooked path straight before you and make a way for you even where there seems to be no way. I do not have the words to express just how wonderful you are and just how precious you are to me but you know exactly how I feel.
“Nothing can ever come between us because we are one and so it shall always be. May the Lord reward you for your love and commitment to me and our beautiful daughter Remilekun.”
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This is not the first time Fani-Kayode will be applauding Regina on social media.
In 2020, the ex-minister had described her as the “most powerful force in my life”.
Fani-Kayode tied the knot with Regina in 1997 after which he married Precious Chikwendu as his fourth wife in 2014.
The ex-minister has been in a heated tussle with Chikwendu for the custody of their four children since their marriage collapsed.
Fani-Kayode had earlier married Saratu Attah in 1987 but the duo split three years later. In 1991, the ex-minister also married Yemisi Adeniji but they were separated by 1995.
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