Femi Fani-Kayode Impregnated Bianca Ojukwu Twice In London, She Aborted (Video)

Social media personality, Kemi Olunloyo has said that former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode had a relationship with ex-ambassador, Bianca Ojukwu and even got her pregnant twice when they were younger.
Fani-Kayode spoke about the relationship in 2013 while trying to defend himself against allegations of tribalism.
“I was not a tribalist when I had a long-standing and intimate relationship with Bianca Onoh, an Igbo lady, who later married Colonel Emeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, the leader of Biafra and who is now our Ambassador in Spain,” Fani-Kayode said at the time.

“Fani-Kayode was dating Bianca, Fani-Kayode was in Cambridge, I’ve seen Bianca in Fani-Kayode’s room many times, loved up and everything. They went out,” she said after explaining that she was in London at the same time as the two.
“So when this thing happened, Femi called me… Femi needed someone to defend him… Everybody didn’t want to get involved, but I stood up for Femi.
“It’s true, they went out, and she got pregnant twice…The first pregnancy was a miscarriage…they were supposed to get married, they were engaged already, but Bianca didn’t want to go out with Fani-Kayode anymore so she had an abortion…

I’m saying it on camera now, she had an abortion,” she added.
Fani-Kayode’s claims were however denied by Bianca who added that she had never met him in person.
She also threatened to sue him for the statement, but never did.
Fani-Kayode had earlier spoken about the relationship with Bianca while trying to defend himself against allegations of tribalism but she denied the claims and threatened to sue him.

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