Widespread On-Air Character, OAP, Ifedayo Olarinde, a.ok.a Daddy Freeze, has been fined the sum of N5 million by a Excessive Court docket sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, for committing adultery.
In a courtroom doc with the swimsuit no PHC/403MC/2012, one Mrs Benedicta Odekina filed the petition, her husband, Paul Odekina is 1st Respondent and Freeze is the Co-Respondent.
Within the courtroom ruling, which has now gone viral on social media, the courtroom ordered Daddy Freeze, to pay the sum of N5m for committing adultery with Benedicta Elechi.
The controversial OAP, identified for attacking fashionable pastors and non secular clerics within the nation, was ordered by the courtroom to pay the cash to Mr Odekina, who was married to Benedicta Elechi on the time of the adulterous act.
Justice Akpughunum, who presided over the matter, dominated that the N5m was “damages for depriving Odekina amiable consort of his spouse”.
The doc learn partly, “The sum of N5,000,000 is awarded towards Ifedayo Olarinde (the 2nd Cross Respondent to the Cross Petition) as damages for depriving the Cross Petitioner of the amiable consort of his spouse (Petitioner/1st Cross Respondent) and for the harm suffered on account of his adultery with the Petitioner/Cross Respondent.
“An Order of Injunction is hereby granted, stopping Ifedayo Olarinde ― the Co-Respondent to the Cross Petition ― from having entry or dealing in any respect with the kids of the wedding till they attain the age of majority.”
Justice Akpughunum additionally dissolved the wedding between Paul and Benedicta on account of Benedicta’s adultery with Daddy Freeze.
Freeze is fashionable together with his criticism of the cost of tithe and choices in Church buildings.
Pastors akin to Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Dwelling Religion Church’s Bishop David Oyedepo, amongst others, have at all times been his targets.
Daddy Freeze had in a few of his controversial posts condemned tithing saying it was a false doctrine for Christianity as Jesus nor his disciples by no means collected tithes.