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Osun APC To Adeleke: U’re The Architect Of Your Political Waterloo



…says no nexus between justice, sentiment

The Osun State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has cautioned Governor Ademola Adeleke to stop blaming his predecessor, Mr Adegboyega Oyetola, for his misfortune as he(Adeleke) is the architect of his imminent political woes that is knocking.

The party also said that contrary to the PDP’s claim, it was Adeleke and his siblings who reached out to a retired judge from Kwara State over the Tribunal but which did not yield any positive result, insisting their allegation against Oyetola was borne out of frustration.

It would be recalled that Adeleke spewed copious allegations against Oyetola at the Osun Central District campaign of his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), yesterday.

In his response, the state Acting State Chairman of the APC, Sooko Tajudeen Lawal, said it was unthinkable and misplaced for the drowning Osun PDP Governor Adeleke to be holding Oyetola responsible for his numerous challenges in life.

Lawal told Adeleke to be ready to face the consequences of his actions and inactions as the leg of the metaphorical dead body that he thought he had successfully buried without the knowledge of the public is now in the open glare of all and sundry.

The Acting State APC chairman said there was no basis for Adeleke and the PDP to whip up sentiment because there is no hiding place for them.

He asked Adeleke if Oyetola was the one who asked him to waste the quality part of his life dancing, wining and dining when he had the rear opportunity to read for qualitative education in the United States of America?

Lawal equally asked Adeleke if it was Oyetola who told him to submit bleached credentials to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the governorship tribunal in order to cover up his inadequacies?

He also asked Adeleke if it was Oyetola who directed him to submit to the INEC a contentious 1988 WASC statement of result bearing Ede Muslim Grammar School, Osun, at a time when the State had not been created?

Was it Oyetola that told Adeleke not to submit any evidence not to controvert the case made by the APC governorship candidate that Adeleke was not at the time of the election qualified to contest the election?

Is it Oyetola that is behind the challenges over Adeleke’s issues concerning the authenticity of his WASC statement of result, testimonial and letter of attestation that he submitted for the governorship post?

Was it Oyetola who was responsible for the failure of Adeleke to tender the pleaded evaluation report of the Federal Ministry of Education which has constituted a fatal omission on the part of INEC?

Was it Oyetola who was also responsible for the submission of the forged letter of attestation in Adeleke’s possession which does not state the number of years he spent in school, the subjects that he studied and the level of education that he attained?

It would also be of interest to know if it was Oyetola or the APC which propelled one Bunmi Jenyo under cross examination to confess to the tribunal that Osun State was created in 1991 and that the testimonial in the Exhibit File D purportedly issued by Ede Muslim Grammar School in 1988 is a fake document?

Was it Oyetola who recommended that Adeleke as a governor in his sixties should be under an intensive care of his sister and a figurehead Chief of Staff( CoS) who is merely performing the roles of a chaperon in order to fill in a gap of a missing quality in the governor?

The earlier the Osun PDP and the Adeleke handlers realize that there’s no nexus between sentiment and justice, the better it will be for them as the heavens would not fall if justice is made to take its cause under any circumstances.


Sooko TAJUDEEN LAWAL, Acting Chairman, Osun State APC.


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Kaduna Governorship Election Declared Inconclusive



Kaduna Governorship Election

Tribunal Declares Kaduna Governorship Election Inconclusive

The Kaduna Governorship Election Petition Tribunal has declared the governorship election in the state held on March, 18 as inconclusive.

In a split decision of a ratio of 2:1, the tribunal declared the election inconclusive and directed that a supplementary election should be held by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) within 90 days. INEC is to conduct election in 7 wards in 4 Local Government Areas.


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is challenging the election of Uba Sani as the Governor of Kaduna State on the grounds of alleged irregularities and electoral fraud, saying that its Candidate (Isa Mohammed Ashiru) won the election.

During the hearing of the petition, the PDP and Ashiru called 24 witnesses and presented claims and documents to prove their case.

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Lagos Governorship Elections: Rhodes-Vivour Takes Next Step After Tribunal Verdict



Lagos Governorship Elections

Lagos Governorship Elections: Rhodes-Vivour Takes Next Step After Tribunal Verdict

The governorship candidate of the Labour Party (LP) in Lagos, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour has announced his intention to appeal the verdict of the Lagos Governorship Elections Petitions Tribunal.

Rhodes-Vivour stated this in a press release on Tuesday while sharing his stance on the judgement.

He insisted that the essence of democracy not only lies in one’s ability to vote but also the capacity to defend the votes.

The essence of democracy lies not only in our ability to vote but also in our capacity to defend the integrity of that vote.

“Consequently, our laws allow Governorship candidates to challenge the decisions of the electoral tribunals at the Court of Appeal, and up to the Supreme Court. In light of this, my lawyers have been instructed to appeal this judgment, as we remain confident of getting substantial justice at the appellate courts,” he said.

While urging his supporters and Lagosians in general to remain calm, peaceful, and law-abiding, Rhodes-Vivour expressed the hope of getting substantial justice at the appellate courts.

“In these trying times, your unwavering support means the world to us, we must remain united, vigilant, and hopeful.

The ultimate victory may take time to come our way, but it is, we strongly believe inevitable as we have come to understand that the wheels or justice may sometimes grind slowly but it definitely grinds to a sure end,” the LP candidate added.

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I’ll continue to fight – Atiku breaks silence on tribunal judgement




The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the last election, Atiku Abubakar, has vehemently rejected the verdict of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT).

We recall that PEPT on Wednesday struck out the petition filed by Atiku and his Labour Party (LP) counterpart, Peter Obi, challenging the victory of President Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the February 25 election.

The tribunal held that the petitions by the candidates and their parties lacked merit, upholding the election of Tinubu.

The judgement was delivered by the chairman of the tribunal, Justice Haruna Tsammani, assisted by other members of the panel, namely justices Monsurat Bolaji-Yusuf, Stephen Adah, Moses Ugo, and Abba Mohammed.

Reacting, Atiku, in a press conference in Abuja on Thursday, rejected the verdict, saying the battle to upturn Tinubu’s victory continues.

The former Vice President, who called himself a fighter, said he had instructed his legal team to file an appeal at the Supreme Court.

He said:

“I am here today to give my official reaction to the judgement delivered yesterday by the Presidential Election Petition Court on the 2023 presidential elections.

“As you already know, I approached the court following the declaration by the INEC that the APC and its candidate are the winners of the February 25 elections. My decision to go to court was anchored in my belief that the court is the sanctuary of justice.

“Indeed, I am no stranger to legal battles. I can say that I have a fair idea of how the court system works. All through my career as a politician, I have been a fighter, and I will continue to fight.

“Our aim of conducting credible elections in the country was compromised by INEC through the way it managed the presidential election.

“I am afraid that the judgement of the PEPT yesterday failed to restore confidence in our dream of free and fair elections devoid of human manipulation.

“I am here to tell you that though the judgement of the court yesterday is respected, it is a judgement that I refused to accept.

“I refuse to accept it because I believe it is devoid of substantial justice. I have asked my lawyers to constitutionally activate the guaranteed right to appeal in the higher court.”

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