Senator Adeleke Concedes Defeat Congratulates Oyetola On Supreme Court Victory

Date: 05-07-2019 6:13 pm (2 years ago) | Author: Daniel Bosai
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Senator Ademola Adeleke of People’s Democratic Party has finally conceded defeat by congratulating Govenor Gboyega Oyetola of All Progressive Congress following Supreme Court’s ruling today which declared Oyetola as winner of the 2018 Osun State Governorship election.

Adeleke informed the public in a statement by his spokesman on Friday, Mr. Olawale Rasheed that his ambition to become the governor of the state isn’t a do-or-die affair.

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“As a democrat and law-abiding citizen, I accept the ruling no matter my misgivings. I wish Governor Oyetola well in the governance of Osun State.

“In all circumstances, we must thank God Almighty. We gallantly fought a good fight in pursuance of a democratic cause. The ideals we fought for lives on.

“Our ambition was never a do-or-die affair. We aspired to serve and deliver democratic dividends to the people of Osun state. Our ambition was altruistic. We wish Governor Oyetola the best in the governance of the state.”

This is the end of the road for the legal battle on the mandate in the state. We wish Governor Gboyega Oyetola a successful governance in the state for the next 4 years


Posted: at 5-07-2019 06:13 PM (2 years ago) | Hero
- Baye77 at 5-07-2019 06:17 PM (2 years ago)
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Let peace reign
Posted: at 5-07-2019 06:17 PM (2 years ago) | Hero
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- maxzy277 at 5-07-2019 06:34 PM (2 years ago)
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Congratulations to the winners, and try more harder to the looser..... Waiting for Atiku’s turn Grin
Posted: at 5-07-2019 06:34 PM (2 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- philnel at 5-07-2019 07:11 PM (2 years ago)
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Congrats Adeleke for you have prove to be a pure patriotic man of Osun. Oluwa Holds the Ace
Posted: at 5-07-2019 07:11 PM (2 years ago) | Upcoming
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- FloxyB at 5-07-2019 10:17 PM (2 years ago)
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Nop! Adeleke conceded because he was proved beyond reasonable doubt in court for not qualified for the post due to exam malpractices Tongue
Posted: at 5-07-2019 10:17 PM (2 years ago) | Upcoming
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