Daddy Freeze Reacts To A Federal High Court Ruling That All Marriages Conducted At Ikoyi Registry Are Invalid Says No Wonder My First Marriage Didn’t Work Out.
Daddy Freeze, a media figure, has reacted to a Federal High Court ruling declaring Ikoyi registry weddings null and void. The court, headed over by Justice D. E. Osiagor, found that the provisions of the 1999 Constitution only enable local government marriage registry to do so (as amended). The federal government conducting marriages is unconstitutional, according to Osiagor.
Daddy Freeze reacted to the ruling by saying that it’s possible that’s why his first marriage didn’t work out since everything was “null and void from the start.”
He further stated that if the decision had been made earlier, he would not have sought a divorce. Freeze penned:
No wonder my first marriage didn’t work. It was null and void from the get go.
If this report had come out sooner, I won’t even have needed a divorce, na every body go your way for end am.