Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode’s son with wife precious, Aragorn Lotanna, is two years old today February 1st. Precious took to his Instagram pages share photos of him and also shower him with kind words.
Happy birthday to my beautiful and beloved son Aragorn. You are my strength. You are my heart. You are my joy. You are my glory. You prove to me that amidst the darkness there is light: that amidst the turbulence of life’s trials and tribulations resides the awesome power of God which brings new beginnings, courage and hope. What did I do to deserve an angel like you? Your smile gives me life. Your joy lightens up my world and brings me manifold blessings. I love you son: more than you can possibly imagine. Congratulations on your second birthday. Many more years to come. Shalom”.
Grateful to you God almighty for this amazing gift and grateful you’ve given him long life, joy unspeakable, peace and un ending favours. Thank you for Feb 1, its always going to be joyous cause a super human was sent down to beautify lives, my he live to fulfill his purpose, amen! And your contious favour and protection is all i ask dear Lord. May your blessings be. Amen. Happy birthday my sunshine💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥 Mummy loves you silly . @ffkjnr ) #Aragorn #Aragornis2
Recall that the trial of a former Minister of Aviation, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode, for an alleged fraud of N4.9bn was stalled on Wednesday due to his absence from the Federal High Court in Lagos.
Counsel for the ex-minister, Mr. Norrison Quakers (SAN), told the court that his client was unable to make it to court as he had been hospitalized for a heart disease.
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While praying the court to grant him an adjournment, Quakers promised to furnish the court with a medical report to back Fani-Kayode’s claim of ill health.
The adjournment prayer was not opposed by the prosecuting counsel for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Rotimi Oyedepo.
But the prosecutor urged the presiding judge, Justice Rilwan Aikawa, to observe the provision of Section 396(4) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act 2015, which stipulated that no party, in a criminal case, could have more than five adjournments.
Oyedepo noted that already, the case had been adjourned twice at Fani-Kayode’s instance.
After hearing the parties out, Justice Aikawa adjourned the case till February 28 and March 1 and 2, 2018.
The EFCC arraigned Fani-Kayode on 17 counts of money laundering alongside a former Minister of State for Finance, Nenadi Usman, who was listed as the first defendant in the charge.
The third and fourth defendants in the case are one Danjuma Yusuf and a company, Joint Trust Dimensions Limited.