Ademola Adeleke has stated that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) is wasting time with their decision to challenge his victory in the July 16 gubernatorial election.
Speaking on Saturday, the former lawmaker claimed that the case filed against his victory is ‘dead on arrival.’
Adeleke made this known when speaking at Ijebu-Jesa, headquarters of Oriade local government, where a former commissioner for finance under the administration of Aregbesola, Dr. Wale Bolorunduro officially decamped to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
He stated that no amount of court cases can overturn his election as governor, stressing that the people of the state have spoken.
According to him, he is more focused on how to move Osun forward, promising a massive impact in his first 100 days in office.
“The whole world knew that the election was free and fair. APC are just wasting their time. They have the right to go to court but I can tell you, it is dead on arrival,” Adeleke said.
“Osun people who have voted massively for us should keep calm and worry. This time around, the people of Osun have spoken and it is the will of God.
The only thing I’m concerned with now is how to make Osun great and I’m promising that in my first 100 days in office , Osun State will witness a massive change.”