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Adeleke Blasts Oyetola: ‘There’s More Dignity In Dancing, Than Treasury Looting And Exploitation’

The Oasis Reporters

July 18, 2019

Senator Ademola Adeleke (in blue) dances on despite the pain of a technical defeat.

The People’s Democratic Party, PDP candidate in the 2018 Osun gubernatorial election who finally lost at the Supreme Court over technicalities due to the absence of a Judge for just one sitting,
Senator Ademola Adeleke has issued a sharp riposte on Osun State Governor, Gboyega Oyetola, over his purportedly unguarded utterances lately, declaring that “dancing to exude happiness and joy is by far better than imposing sorrows and untold hardship by looting public treasury”.

“There is nothing wrong in dancing especially when praising God, our creator but everything is wrong with the exploitation of the weak and underprivileged.

“Osun people know that I am not the facilitator and prime partaker in the looting of Osun state’s treasury. For more than eight years, Gboyega Oyetola was the chief enabler of the most corrupt, inept and anti-people administration in the history of Osun state.

“What is more shameful in Yorubaland than theft?

“I dare Oyetola to walk the streets of Osun alongside me and see who will get mobbed and stoned by the embittered citizens of our dear state. The people had voted the honest dancer and rejected the false progressives who had ruined the fortunes of Osun state and sentenced generations unborn to excruciating debt burden.

“It is shameful for Oyetola to be gloating over daylight electoral robbery which is being roundly condemned as rape of justice across all sectors of Nigerian society and indeed internationally.Osun people were denied the supremacy of their will and on them was foisted a Governor they did not elect, a governor they rejected.

“Osun people will remember that immediately after the apex court ruling, I issued a press statement congratulating Oyetola and restraining our members and supporters from violence and anti-peace actions. I claim credit for restoring normalcy, peace and stability to Osun state after the protracted governorship battle. At a time Oyetola and his band of usurpers were at a loss on how to manage the usurpation and its resultant tension in the land, I deployed diplomacy, putting the safety of our people above all considerations despite the blatant robbery you now call electoral loss.

“While top state and national leaders of even his Party, the All Progressives Congress and other well meaning Nigerians appreciated our sportsmanship, the chief usurper seem to lack the decorum expected of a democratically elected Governor.

Let me remind Oyetola that his records as Chief of Staff to Rauf Aregbesola clearly confirmed his incompetence as an administrator but shows his competence at treasury looting and hardship imposition.

“Osun people fully know his records.They are aware this his stolen tenure is going to be devoted to covering up their evil tracks of the last eight years.

“Our people are waiting for Oyetola to disclose the total indebtedness of Osun state. Our people are lamenting the education sector’s increasing dilapidation.
Workers are still being owed with the wicked half salary designed by Oyetola still in operation. Pensioners are still being owed their gratuities and benefits. The many abandoned projects which had been fully or mostly paid for still litter the state.
The MKO Abiola Airport remains a jungle with no single structure standing despite N26bn purportedly wasted on the project is of many examples. Osun state is still in shambles despite all the hundreds of billions wasted and the futile whitewash of progressiveness.

“Finally Osun people are not surprised, they know that Oyetola is Aregbesola part 2 in more sadistic terms.
Mr Governor I am not your problem, your records and that of your former boss is what is haunting you.

However long it takes the truth will prevail.

Senator Ademola Nurudeen Adeleke

Greg Abolo

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