Daddy Freeze Apologizes For Earlier CoS And Deportation Statement (Video)

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Daddy Freeze, a well-known OAP, has issued a sincere apology in response to a video that circulated online showing him threatening to have Nigerians deported from the United Kingdom.

The activist, who previously boasted about his ability to deport Nigerians from the UK, expressed regret for his inflammatory remarks in the video.

In his apology video, Daddy Freeze addressed the sensible Nigerians and admitted that his threatening statement was made in a moment of heightened emotions due to false accusations against him.

He explained that he felt compelled to make such threats in order to combat the spread of misinformation.

Furthermore, Daddy Freeze emphasized the danger of allowing false narratives to persist, as they can eventually be perceived as truth.

He also clarified that he does not possess the authority to deport individuals or any connections with UK authorities to carry out such actions.

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In other news, Ifedayo Olarinde, aka Daddy Freeze, a Nigerian media figure, has warned that the country is on the verge of starvation.

He predicted that the naira would continue to fall as long as Nigeria did not export enough goods to earn hard currency in return.

He recommended Nigerians earning low wages in cities return to their communities and begin farming to prevent the impending famine.

Daddy Freeze just posted a video message on his social media page, saying:

“We will continue to see the decline in our currency because we are not selling anything and getting hard currencies in return. That needs to be fixed by two sets of people: the government and the citizenry.

“Citizens, if you’re working in Lagos and you’re earning N50,000 monthly, I think it is high time you went back to your village, got some land and started farming. There’s a looming possibility of a famine in this country. There’s not enough food to go around.

“From my understanding of the situation, here is my advice: My Igbo brothers and sisters building mansions to compete with each other in the village…I’m not saying it’s wrong, but instead of building mansions, build more factories.

“You need to build more factories and the government needs to support you. The government needs to do whatever it takes so that your businesses can succeed.

“And by business, I mean businesses with export targets. Whatever you are producing should be exported. We import milk from France and Denmark. We cannot rely only on oil. The government needs to support local manufacturers.”

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