BREAKING: Ademola Adeleke Goes To Supreme Court

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Ademola Adeleke Goes To Supreme Court

Senator Ademola Adeleke, the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) gubernatorial candidate during the last general election in Osun state has served the Supreme Court with a notice of appeal after the appellate court ruled against him.

Ademola Adeleke is contesting the victory of Gboyega Oyetola, the All Progressive Congress(APC) candidate who was declared a winner by the Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) during the gubernatorial poll in the state.

Ademola Adeleke got the victory at the election tribunal which ruled against the INEC declared winner, Gboyega Oyetola. However, it was the other way round at the court of Appeal where the earlier judgement was overturned.

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  1. The embattled Senator should be advised to donate the legal fee used to engage the services of SA of Nigeria to motherless homes across the country as there is no hope of turning the tide to his favour at the Supreme Court. Alternatively he should wait for 2023 for another chance to rule the state of Osun

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