Senator Ademola Adeleke, the incoming governor of Osun state, chastised Gboyega Oyetola for refusing to concede loss in the election on July 16 and told the Iragbiji politician to stop having hallucinations.
On Saturday’s Iragbiji Day, Oyetola made a commitment to assert a purported mandate. In a statement sent by his spokesperson, Olawale Rasheed, Senator Adeleke claimed that the politician who had been comprehensively defeated on July 16 had no mandate to regain.
In response to Adeleke’s question about why Oyetola is progressively endangering the wellbeing of the Osun people, the governor frequently denies having won the election, which, according to Adeleke, portrays him as “a self-serving politician with fascist mind-set harboring politically wicked agenda against the good people of Osun state.”
The Governor – elect who called attention to the rabid pillaging of Osun state assets since July election noted that the many lies of Oyetola on the governorship tribunal have been exposed and his petition punctured as baseless and unfounded, deriding ” the antics of a false democrat whose role model are little tyrants and Trumpists of this world”
From media trial to outright sponsorship of falsehood against proceedings at the Tribunal, Mr Oyetola and the All Progressive Congress (APC) have practically abandoned diligent prosecution of their petition while chasing shadows with unrelated and unpleased applications and submissions.
Senator Adeleke particularly tackled Oyetola for exhibiting the highest level of leadership hypocrisy in recent Nigerian history as he supervises last minute ruining of the state while parroting his false hope of reclaiming a non-existing mandate.
” You know you are going. You are emptying the treasury and laying bobby traps for Osun people. Yet, you mount rooftop every now and then to deceive your gullible associates and accomplices in political banditry.
” Our message to you and your team is simple. This is your last week in Government House. Pack all what you want. But be rest assured that every official, elected or appointed, who partake in the diversion of our common patrimony, will have their day before people’s panels of inquiry”, the statement concluded.