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OSUN 2022: Anxiety In Osun As Supreme Court Decides Adeleke’s Fate on Thursday

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The Supreme Court on Thursday, September 29, 2022 will decide on the fate of Osun Governor-elect, Senator Adeleke Adeleke’s candidature.

SOJ WORLDWIDE recalls that Prince Dotun Babayemi a former aspirant and now dismissed member of Peoples Democratic Party, Osun chapter is seeking court redress over the authentic candidate between him and Senator Adeleke. 

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Senator Adeleke who was recognized authentic candidate by the PDP national working committee won the Osun July 16 governorship election against the incumbent governor, Gboyega Oyetola.

READ ALSO:Osun PDP Expels Dotun Babayemi from Party

But Prince Dotun Babayemi who was allegedly elected as the party’s flag bearer at a parallel congress is laying claim to be the authentic governorship candidate of Osun PDP.

Adeleke and PDP had defeated Prince Dotun Babayemi at the federal high court and appeal court.

READ ALSO:INSIDE LIFE: MAN, Woman found dead in a Hotel In Osun after using s*x enhancement drugs

SOJ WORLDWIDE  reports that Adeleke will be sworn-in as the executive governor of Osun on November 27, 2022 

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