Adeleke Reveals ‘Sponsor’ Of Suit Seeking His Sack From Senate
Adeleke was the candidate of the PDP in the Osun governorship election (photo courtesy Twitter)

Ademola Adeleke, Senator representing Osun West senatorial district, has criticized the suit by some people of his constituents seeking his removal as a senator.

Concise News understands that in a statement issued on Friday by Adeleke’s Legal Adviser, Niyi Owolade, stated that the purported constituents who filed the suit are working forces of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and Gboyega Oyetola

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The statement read: “The initial judgement that this irritating suit is based on has been widely condemned by all learned minds, especially as the document wrongly declared as forged was duly issued by the authorities of the school.

“It is in public domain and court records that the school Principal deposed to an affidavit confirming the testimonial and statement of results were duly issued by the school.

”WAEC’s deputy Registrar also came to depose to an Affidavit in court with the Certified True Copies of the same result submitted by Senator for his Senatorial election screening. How can any human being still declare such result as fake or forged?

The statement further read: “We declare that the suit is frivolous, clearly an abuse of court processes and a waste of the precious time of the Judiciary.

“It is important to restate that the matter of qualification and eligibility have been decided by two High Court Judgements in Osun state. A recent ruling of the Appeal Court Akure Division supports the Senator’s position. This matter is also subjudice as it is already a matter before a higher court; The Appeal Court.

Adeleke reassures his supporters and people of Osun that the suit will surely be dismissed in its totality, declaring “this new APC’s desperate move will fail woefully just like the others have failed.

“No amount of harassment, embarrassment, intimidation and spreading of falsehood can change or stop the quest for the retrieval of the “Stolen Mandate” freely given Senator Ademola Adeleke,” the statement added.