Daddy Freeze react to news of Nigerian judge reportedly ‘slapped’ a Redeemed church pastor over noise pollution in Ondo State

Daddy Freeze has reacted to the news of a Nigerian judge identified as Justice Oyebisi Folayemi Omoleye in Ondo State, who reportedly slapped a Redeemed Church pastor for disturbing the neighbourhood with so much noise. Taking to his Instagram page, he wrote; This was an unbiased judgement Noise everywhere.

Meanwhile Justice Oyebisi Folayemi Omoleye has released an official statement. See statement below; In the past 48 hours the social media has been awash with the fake and concocted story of how Honourable Justice O.F. Omoleye, J.C.A. purportedly invaded the Redeemed Christian Church of Glory Tabernacles, Ijapo Estate, Akure on the 5th of June, 2019 during a church Service.

The fake news further stated that the Honourable Justice attacked an aged woman who fainted and was rushed to the hospital for treatment. Nothing can be farther than the truth.

The church in question is illegally built on a canal right beside the residence of the Honourable Justice where she has been living since 1984 before the foundation of the church was laid.

Ever since the emergence of the said Redeemed Church in Ijapo Estate, which is largely a residential estate, it has constituted unabated nuisance to the annoyance of the entire neighbourhood.

The honourable Justice through her solicitors in a letter dated 22nd of May, 2019 and addressed to the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, complained about the noise and environmental nuisance constituted by the church.

The said letter unequivocally stated that such noise amounted to a breach of the honourable Justice’s right to quiet possession/ enjoyment of her property.

The said judge, who is a widow of almost 30 years, has had continued engagements with the church (which is situated on an illegally acquired plot beside her property) in relation to the constant disturbance of peace both during the daytime and at nighttime every day of the week.

Despite various attempts to mediate peace terms with the church, the church failed severally to keep its side of agreements made.