Osun Election: Oyetola Will Regain Mandate Soon

On Saturday, Rotimi Akeredolu, the governor of Ondo State, expressed confidence that Adegboyega Oyetola, the governor of Osun State, will win at the trial. At the burial for his late mother, Grace, Akeredolu spoke in Owo and predicted that Oyetola will “regain his mandate very soon whether you like it or not.” He is the kind of man I love.




The People’s Democratic Party’s senator Ademola Adeleke won the governorship election in July, but the governor of Osun is contesting that result. Akeredolu was replying to a sermon delivered by Stephen Fagbemi, the Anglican Bishop of the Owo Diocese, in which he urged politicians to start their campaigning in hospitals.


“Go to hospitals and schools and see what Nigeria is like,” the Bishop advised. I urge you to attend the FMC in Owo to advocate and learn more about the future. The underclass is deteriorating. Nigeria need transformation to provide safety and security in the countryside. “We require an administration that comprehends economics. In this country, life is difficult. Let our leaders exercise caution so that we can advance. The hospital is the ideal starting point for a campaign.


We have listened to your political lecture, Akeredolu responded. The sermon was lovely to hear. Although I know we are trying our best as politicians, I won’t argue with you. It might not be suitable for all people. Remember that on November 3, the Osun State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal in Osogbo postponed further proceedings till November 16, 2022 while the plaintiff, Governor Oyetola, submitted further documents for review.

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