On Monday the 11th of April 2016, Nollywood film maker Daniel Ademinokan who allegedly abandoned the mother of his child, Doris Simeon and eloped with his business partner Stella Damasus several years ago took to the social media to express himself.
The newly adopted husband of absentee Nollywood actress Stella Damasus started his epistle with prayers for fans.
He also thanked those who supported his ‘unjust’ romance with Stella Damasus.
He then proceeded to take a systematic swipe at Doris Simeon describing her as a woman filled with hate…etc
“all the people who have so much hurt and pain in their hearts that the only things they can express and give out are pain, hatred, wickedness and negativity.” “those who are not willing to be delivered and saved can NEVER be saved.”(indicting his ex-wife Doris simeon systematically)
“I guess some people, though fully aware of the hurt and pain they feel inside, are not willing to let go of the evil that lives inside of them because they get a certain kind of ‘high’ when they have the opportunity the pour out their misguided hatred and anger towards other people that are ‘seemingly’ down.”
“Take a chill pill about the negative comments towards my son David. The young man just turned 8 and is doing great. He has a great relationship with his mother and we are OK. I don’t like the fact that the media and hateful people will start cooking up details constantly trying to make me look bad. I’m trying to be a great father to my son the best way possible. I really didn’t want to address this but I guess sometimes you just have to grab the bull by the horn and deal with it.”
“I have been accused of being evasive on this matter by declining to grant interviews to the press. Call it silence, foolishness. Being evasive or even maturity; but it is how I have chosen to handle this. David (their son) has continued to have a healthy relationship with his mother and it has NEVER stopped. I am not the person who posts every single detail of his family’s private life on social media.
“I will leave you with this thought: a person who has been down and out before does not preach or scream condemnation. He/she screams mercy and grace. I have been down and I know how it feels to be there.”
Ademonikan and his ‘Sugarmummy’ have relocated to Atlanta from New York.
David whom he snatched from his mother several years ago also lives with them.
Mr Ademinokan wrote this epistle in response to an interview Doris Simeon granted last week.
“Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion, it bites harder than snake’ ~~ NG