Daddy Freeze reacts to adultery scandal, heads to Appeal Court

General Air Person, OAP, Ifedayo Olarinde, aka Daddy Freeze, was fined N5 million by a Supreme Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, for committing adultery.

In a court document with the suit or PHC / 403MC / 2012, one Mrs Benedicta Odekina submitted the petition, her husband Paul Odekina is the first respondent and Freeze is the Correspondent.

In a court ruling, which has now gone viral on social media, the court ordered Daddy Freeze to pay the sum of N5m for committing adultery with Benedicta Elechi.

The controversial OAP, which was notorious for attacking popular pastors and religious clergy in the country, was ordered by the court to pay the money to Mr. Odekina, who was married to Benedicta Elechi at the time of the adulterous act.

Justice Akpughunum, who was in charge of the case, ruled that the N5m was “devastating to the loss of Odekina’s friendly alliance of his wife”.

The document read in part, “The sum of N5,000,000 awarded against Ifedayo Olarinde (2nd Cross-Response to the Petition of the Cross) as damages for the removal of the Petitioner a friendly alliance wife (Applicant / 1st Cross Respondent) and for the injury he suffered as a result of his adultery with the Applicant / Cross Responder.

“A Bail Order has been granted by this, preventing Ifedayo Olarinde – the Correspondence to the Cross Petition – from accessing or dealing with the children of the marriage until they reach the age of majority. part. ”

Justice Akpughunum broke the marriage between Paul and Benedicta as a result of Benedicta’s adultery with Daddy Freeze.

Freezing is popular with its criticism of tithe payments and offerings in Churches.

Ministers like Enoch Adeboye of the Reformed Christian Church of God, Bishop of the Living Church of David Oyedepo, among others, have always been his targets.

Daddy criticized Freeze in some of his controversial posts saying that it was a false teaching for Christianity because Jesus or his disciples had never gathered tithes.

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