Atiku Abubakar, Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) presidential candidate during the last presidential poll, has reacted after the Supreme court upheld the victory of Gboyega Oyetola(APC) as the elected governor of Osun state.
Speaking via a series of tweets, the former vice governor said the case is over because of the judicial finality of the Supreme court.
He went on to add that although the people of Osun state had expected that the progress and development that the Adeleke family had consistently brought to Osun will be translated to their governance before adding that that ”hope is not lost but delayed.”
I join with people of goodwill all over Nigeria to say to Senator Ademola Adeleke, and the people of the great state of Osun, that we stand with them in good times and in difficult days. The Supreme Court has ruled and because of its judicial finality, the legal case is over.
However, the love, acceptance, and endorsement that the people of Osun bestowed on both Senator Adeleke and the
@OfficialPDPNig is not over and cannot be overlooked.
Those who think this is the end of the road for Senator Adeleke and the PDP in Osun, are greatly mistaken. This is not the end. Not even the beginning of the end. No. Today marks the continued ascendancy of Senator Adeleke and his party in the hearts and minds of his people.
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The great people of Osun had expected that the progress and development that the Adeleke family had consistently brought to Osun will be translated to their governance. That hope is not dead. Only delayed.
I extend my right hand of brotherhood to Senator Adeleke in all his future endeavours and I assure the good people of the state of Osun that the Peoples Democratic Party remembers their love and acceptance and will never forget to stand by them no matter the situation.
Finally, I urge the nation’s judiciary to take a pulse of the nation and reflect it. In their hands, God has placed a great responsibility. The duty to ensure that justice is done, irrespective of the pressure to do otherwise, by the powers that be.