Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, on Tuesday dismissed claims by the Adelekes that the Peoples Democratic Party’s candidate, Ademola Adeleke, won the last governorship election in the state.

Oyetola chides Adeleke over comment on Osun gov poll

The governor, who said the assertion was borne out of ignorance, was reacting to a statement by Dr Deji Adeleke, the elder brother of Ademola, claiming that his brother won the election but was denied victory by the ‘power that be in the ruling party.’
He spoke when a delegation of Social Democratic Party leaders visited him in his office to congratulate him on his victory at the Supreme Court.
Oyetola said, “I was surprised to hear Dr Deji Adeleke saying that his brother won the governorship election. I know he must have spoken out of ignorance. The law is clear and there is no magic to it.“It is clear that when the margin between the two leading contestants is less than the number of votes not counted, there must be a rerun. It is as simple as that, We should put the records straight when we talk about technicality in law. We should not forget that law itself is technical. One cannot build something on nothing, so, if it is technical, so be it.”
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Oyetola maintained that the judgment was a reflection of the people’s will; otherwise, his administration would not have been enjoying the confidence of the people, since he assumed office.