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Osun Guber: ‘Boot Party’s Moral Rectitude Demands Withdrawal Of Suit Against Adeleke, INEC And PDP’ – Adenuga


The Oasis Reporters



April 9, 2022

Senator Ademola Adeleke. Legal hurdles against his candidature begins to dissipate.. ahead of the Osun State gubernatorial contest.




..says suit damages reputation of the party


…State chairman to face disciplinary actions

**State chairman writes letter of apology



The National Chairman of Boot Party, Chief Sonny Adenuga has withdrawn the suit filed against the governorship candidate of People’s Democratic Party(PDP), the PDP and the National Electoral Commission by the Osun state chairman of the party, Prince Adeleke Masilo.





The state chairman, Masilo has also written a letter of apology to the national leadership of Boot Party, apologising for acting in the name of the party without approval and for filing the case against Senator Adeleke.



Chief Adenuga in his directive on the matter expressed indignation at the conduct of Masilo, declaring that “the BOOT Party has taken several actions to address this rogue action.




“I wish to correct all derogatory and innuendoes against my personality on social media platforms regarding the above subject.

Senator Ademola Adeleke (in blue) rejoicing with his nephew, phenomenal artiste, Davido Adeleke.



“On my authority as the National Chairman of The BOOT Party, I wish to state unequivocally and without any mental reservation that The BOOT Party did not authorise the suit instituted in Osun State challenging the electoral candidature of Senator Adeleke. When The BOOT Party became aware of the suit through the news, I immediately activated our process instrument for issues like this. Our findings showed that the suit was clandestinely and surreptitiously instituted.




“The BOOT Party has taken several actions to address this rogue action. Since BOOT Party is only interested in pursuing its Agenda of ONE WORKING NIGERIA (OWN) and bringing the Party to the doorsteps of every Nigerian, we are not interested in what transpires in other political parties or whether candidates of others parties were properly or duly elected during their party primaries.




“As part of reiterating the moral rectitude of The BOOT Party, I have given irrevocable instruction that the suit be withdrawn and an apology letter; forthwith to be followed with further disciplinary action against the individuals that were responsible for bringing The BOOT Party to disrepute as a result of this ignoble and disgraceful legal action which is considered as one of the several attempts by the old and discredited political parties to infiltrate The BOOT Party in a bid to knee-cap the Party and undermine its zero tolerance for corruption.


“Unfortunately for these people, they have chosen the wrong party to mess with”, the statement noted.

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Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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