In an Instagram post on Sunday, the former presidential aspirant said they are making moves toward reconciliation.
Momodu also said he had “tried so much to intervene” on the issue between them last year but “both parties refused to back down”.
“Blessed are the peacemakers. I just got off the phone with my dear friend and brother Chief Femi Fani-Kayode and was happy to learn of reconciliation between him and his estranged wife, Precious,” he wrote alongside pictures of them.
“Indeed there’s nothing God cannot do. I had tried so much to intervene after Precious contacted me about a year ago but both parties refused to back down.
“I pray for the sake of their lovely children, they will allow peace to reign permanently. Femi truly loves her.”
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Chikwendu has been in a legal tussle with the ex-minister for the custody of their four children since their marriage hit the rock in 2020.
The marriage had suffered set back over Chikwendu’s claim of domestic violence and Fani-Kayode’s counterclaim of infidelity.
But there were indications that their lingering legal battle may have come to an end after Chikwendu visited Fani-Kayode’s house on June 24 — for the first time in two years.
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