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NenyKo previously reported that CCTV video of Baba Ijesha molesting the minor had been released by a family member and was published by Punch.
In response to the video that is currently causing headlines on social media, Princess, via her solicitors, clarified that she did not authorise Punch’s release of the CCTV footage and would not be held liable for any issues that occur as a result of the video’s dissemination.
The sentence reads, in part, “We are solicitors to Princess Damilola Adekoya (comedian), hereinafter referred to as our client, on whose behalf we issue this notice to the general public.”
Our firm expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibilities arising from the release of the video on the internet or any other social media site depicting Olarewaju James Omiynka (AKA Baba Ijesha) molesting our client’s foster daughter.
Our client gave no permission for Punch Media or anyone else to release the CCTV video.
However, our firm clearly disclaims any and all responsibility for any loss resulting from the quality of the CCTV videos released to the general public by the Punch media.