- Governor Ademola Adeleke has revealed the fate of Osun State if Atiku Abubakar emerges as Nigeria’s next president.
- Adeleke revealed that DPP standard-bearer Atiku will repay all of the state’s debt if he is elected Nigerian president in February.
- Meanwhile, Adeleke previously revealed that his predecessor Gboyega Oyetola is in debt of N407.32 billion and must explain why the state owes salaries and pensions to the tune of N76 billion after receiving N50 billion as bailout wage.
Osun State Governor Ademola Adeleke on Wednesday 11 January urged residents of the state to vote for the Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, candidates in the general election, saying that Atiku Abubakar’s presidency will help offset Osun’s 402 billion naira debt.
Speaking at a rally in Okesa, Ilesa, Governor Adeleke urged state residents to vote for the party’s presidential candidate, as well as its national and state Assembly candidates in a bid to achieve good governance in the state.
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According to the Vanguard newspaper, the governor, who addressed the demonstration in Yoruba, said:
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“I congratulate you for being with me without fear during the gubernatorial election, I want to assure you that our 100-day agenda has begun, we will give the state a facelift in all areas.
“You have to vote en masse for the PDP candidates because they are the people who will work with me to provide good governance. Atiku has whispered in my ear that he will help us alleviate the debts of N402 billion that the APC management borrowed in the state”.
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At a reception for Nigerian Methodist Church leaders at his office on Tuesday, January 10, Governor Adeleke alleged many irregularities in the 2018 election, adding that although he won, he was misled.
However, Adeleke told the Christian leader on Tuesday that despite being “deceived”, he still had faith in God that one day he would be governor of the state.
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Members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and supporters received former Governor Adegboyega Oyetola in Osun state on Monday as he returned from vacation.
Oyetola had left the state before Senator Ademola Adeleke was sworn in on November 28.
It was learned that Oyetola was in Saudi Arabia for the minor Hajj.