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“It’s Like Sen. Adeleke’s Death Has Made Davido’s Father Run Mad,” Aregbesola

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“It’s Like Sen. Adeleke’s Death Has Made Davido’s Father Run Mad,” Aregbesola

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Osun State Governor, Mr. Rauf Aregbesola, has stated Dr. Deji Adeleke might have gone mad due to the loss of life of his brother, Senator Isiaka Adeleke. .

Aregbesola stated this in Ede yesterday on the marketing campaign of the candidate of the All Progressives Congress within the Osun West Senatorial District by-election holding on Saturday. .

The governor’s vituperation was in response to allegation that he owed Deji Adeleke cash. However Aregbesola stated he didn’t borrow any cash from Deji at anytime, saying it was the Adelekes that had been accumulating cash from him. .

He stated,

Deji Adeleke is a enterprise man, he isn’t a politician however it’s like his brother’s loss of life has run him mad.” (O dabi pe iku egbon e ti da lori ru). It’s a lie that I borrowed cash from Deji.

It’s to the glory of God that they received the Certificates of Occupancy of their college from our authorities. Why didn’t those that are their new pals give them C of O of that college? .

If Deji Adeleke had a lot cash, why did he beg me to waive the payable tax of his college? Why couldn’t he simply pay? I’m daring sufficient to say this time and again, as a result of I’ve by no means sought help from any member of the Adeleke household, even in the course of the lifetime of Senator Isiaka Adeleke. .

Nothing of such occurred. My relationship with the late Adeleke was cordial and past politics as a result of we had identified one another even earlier than Osun politics, as a result of our residences had been adjoining to one another in Lagos State.”

The Governor added that political workplace was not by inheritance, saying if it was so, Bola Ige household would have been ruling the state, in reference to Ademola Adeleke, the youthful brother of the late Isiaka Adeleke, who needs to exchange him on the senate.

 

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