Daddy Freeze Reacts to 5M Naira Court Case (FULL VIDEO)

Controversial On-Air Personality, Ifedayo Olarinde widely referred to as Daddy Freeze has said he will approach the Court of Appeal. This is following the recent judgement from the High Court of Rivers state over the case of adultery with one Benedicta Elechi.

Daddy Freeze who recently took to social media to address the aftermath of the judgement in an over eight minutes YouTube video he post on Saturday night, said the court did not serve him with any papers.

The popular Nigerian radio broadcaster added that he won’t be able to to give detailed comment on any of the issues raised in the judgement as the case is now before the Appellate Court.

Daddy Freeze has however cleared the air over the past divorce case to his former wife Opeyemi Morenike Oni. He said, my marriage didn’t end because of adultery or mental health issues as claimed but because of domestic violence.

Daddy Freeze Latest Court Case

Recall that earlier in the past week, one High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers state on 18 February ordered Ifarinde Olarinde a.k.a Daddy Freeze to pay the sum of five million naira (N5m ) to Paul Odekina, husband who was then married Benedicta Elechi at the time the adulterous act was committed.

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The presiding judge, Hon Justice Akpughunum ruled that he pay the total sum of five million naira as “damages because he never allowed Odekina enjoy his wife“.

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The judge further went ahead to dissolve the marriage between Paul and Benedicta by virtue of Benedicta adulterous act with Daddy Freeze.

Who is Daddy Freeze?

He is a 44-year-old popular broadcaster. He is an half cast born to Nigerian father and Romanian mother.

He grew up in Ibadan, Oyo state, southwest Nigeria where he also schooled. He’s a graduate of the University of Ibadan.

He started his radio broadcasting in 1996. The career was first with Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS), Ibadan before he moved to join Cool FM Lagos in 2001.

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