Daddy Freeze Threatens Mass Deportation of Nigerians

Daddy Freeze has recently aired his grievances against unnamed individuals who he alleges have falsely accused him.

It seems that certain individuals have ruffled the feathers of media personality Ifedayo Olarinde, also known as Daddy Freeze, with a recent video he shared on social media.

Daddy Freeze, known for his outspoken nature and controversial opinions on social and religious issues, has found himself embroiled in yet another contentious scenario. In a recent video statement shared on social media, he vented his frustrations over unspecified accusations leveled against him. Expressing his anger and determination, Daddy Freeze announced his intention to involve UK authorities to prevent Nigerians from obtaining Certificates of Sponsorship, effectively seeking to block their stay in the UK.

To understand Daddy Freeze’s motivations, it’s crucial to examine the context surrounding the allegations against him. While the specifics of these accusations remain undisclosed, it’s evident that they have deeply affected him. Daddy Freeze’s reputation, particularly as a public figure with a significant following, could be at stake. His threat to intervene in immigration matters could be perceived as a strategic move to defend his integrity and deter further attacks on his character. Additionally, Daddy Freeze’s stance may reflect broader frustrations with the Nigerian diaspora and issues of perceived injustice or discrimination.

In the video, the outspoken personality claimed that he would disrupt the aspirations of Nigerians wanting to relocate abroad.

He further asserted that individuals accused of illegal activities have unjustly pointed fingers at him.

In the video, Daddy Freeze mentioned that certain individuals had pleaded with him in the comments section, urging him not to take any action against Nigerians.

Daddy Freeze added that he was trying to pity Nigerians and not act on his words. He further boasted that the people don’t have an idea of how big he was in Nigeria.


This is coming few weeks after the media personality, who runs an online church, appealed to Pastor Chris to extend his resurrecting power to late celebrities Mohbad, who passed on in 2023, and Mr Ibu, who died recently.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, while speaking at the Healing Steam Festival, disclosed that Christ Embassy had raised more than 50 people from the dead in the last year.

Pastor Chris added that people from different countries, both old and young, were resurrected through his ministry.

“In the last one year, we have had more than 50 people raised from the dead. How do you explain such things? Both old and young, in various countries. How do you explain?

“What will you use to explain them? Including the ones that happened in the hospitals to the amazement of doctors and nurses,” he said.

The practical feasibility of Daddy Freeze’s plan remains uncertain. While he may possess influence and connections, the UK immigration system operates within a framework of legal regulations and procedural safeguards. Any attempts to interfere with this system would likely face significant legal and bureaucratic obstacles. Moreover, the potential backlash from affected individuals and advocacy groups could further complicate matters.

The saga involving Daddy Freeze’s threat of mass deportation underscores the complexities of social media influence, personal reputation, and immigration policies. While his actions may stem from a desire to defend himself against perceived injustices, they also raise broader questions about accountability, power dynamics, and the limits of individual agency. As this situation continues to unfold, it serves as a poignant reminder of the interconnectedness of global issues and the importance of dialogue, empathy, and informed decision-making in addressing complex challenges.

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