BREAKING: Osun Governor-Elect, Ademola Adeleke Risks 7 Years Imprisonment If…


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Osun State governor-elect, Ademola Adeleke may be sentenced to seven years imprisonment, report reports that if the governor-elect of Osun State, Senator Ademola Adeleke, is found guilty of forgery, he may be sentenced to 7 years imprisonment.

This assertion in the legal circle is coming on the heels of the latest move by governor Adegboyega Oyetola of Osun State who, on Friday, asked the Election Petition Tribunal in Osogbo to nullify the election of the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ademola Adeleke on the grounds that .the election was not only fraught with certain irregularities but that Adeleke ought not to have been declared winner as he was not qualified to have contested the election in the first place, having submitted forged certificate to the Independent National Electoral Commision.

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Section 475 of the Nigerian Criminal Code Act states expressly that anyone found guilty of forgery is guilty of a felony and is liable to imprisonment for seven years.

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Senator Adeleke was returned elected by the INEC, after defeating his closest challenger, Oyetola, and 13 other candidates, scoring a total of 403, 371

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Oyetola got 375, 027 votes and won in 13 Local Government Areas of the state to come second in the election.


A member of Oyetola’s legal team, Kunle Adegoke (SAN), after filing the petition in Osogbo said governor Oyetola has assembled 50 lawyers including 10 Senior Advocates of Nigeria, listing 13 grounds on which premises Adeleke should be disqualified.

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Other key members of the legal team included Prince Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), Chief Akin Olujumi (SAN), Prince Biodun Layonu (SAN/, Muritala Abdulrasheed (SAN).



Adegoke said the election in many 749 polling units were fraught with irregularities.

The legal team, he said, have established by the petition that the election in those 749 polling units across 10 Local Governments in Osun State was characterized by irregularities pertaining to over voting.


Adegoke said, “We have nothing less than 50 lawyers, including 10 SANs that we cannot list all of them, so we have listed about 20 lawyers in the petition. We have 13 reliefs.



What we are contesting is that the election is fraught with certain irregularities by which the person declared winner ought not to have been declared and the petitioner, Alhaji Isiaka Gboyega Oyetola ought to have been declared the winner on the ground that Nurudeen Ademola Adeleke was not qualified to have contested the election in the first place, having submitted forged certificate to INEC.

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“The second is that the election in 749 polling units was fraught with irregularities and the election in those units ought to have been nullified. All the polling units mentioned are in 10 Local Governments, out of 30.



“So, if the election in those units is nullified and the votes are cancelled, then Alhaji Isiaka Gboyega Oyetola will have comfortable requirements of the constitution to be declared winner of the election,” he said


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