Defeat Is Painful – Davido Mocks Oyetola Over Tribunal Petition

Date: 06-08-2022 6:40 pm (1 week ago) | Author: Abasiodu Sunday
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One of the most successful singers from Nigeria, David Adeleke, aka Davido, has mocked Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun State.

He mocked the governor for challenging his uncle, Senator Ademola Adeleke’s victory at the election petition tribunal.

Recall that Governor Oyetola had on Friday approached the Governorship Election Petition Tribunal in Osogbo to challenge the victory of Adeleke.

Governor Oyetola submitted the petition on Friday alongside one of the petitioners’ counsels, Kunle Adegoke (SAN) at Osun State High Court, Oke-Fia, Osogbo, the state capital.

Reacting, Davido on his Twitter page said defeat is painful and urged Oyetola to congratulate Adeleke.

He wrote, “O LULE PART 2 loading @GboyegaOyetola, defeat is painful.

“Your excellency sir @GboyegaOyetola when will you congratulate the Incoming governor of your state @AAdeleke_01 … in 2018 my uncle congratulated you even though it was stolen. Do the right thing baba.one love.”

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- Panaki at 6-08-2022 07:22 PM (1 week ago)
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Don't be silly Davido. It's every defeated candidate's electoral right to go to court if he or she felt he has a chance to overturn the verdict.
If I was you, I'll wait till the outcome of the court before gloating.
I remember your uncle too headed for the court when he lost out to Gboyega Oyetola in 2018

The APC could still drag the case up to Supreme Court.  Tell your dad to get his wallet out for a lot of legal bills. The APC would help him waste his financial resources over legal battles for your uncle.
Good luck
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