BREAKING: PDP’s Adeleke Defeats Governor Gboyega Oyetola To Win Osun Election |

Adeleke won in 17 local government areas including Olorunda, Ede South, Orolu, Osogbo, Odo Otin, Ifelodun, Atakumosa, and Ila.

Adeleke beat Governor Gboyega Oyetola of the ruling All Progressives Congress with 402,979 votes to 375,077 votes. 

Adeleke won in 17 local government areas including Olorunda, Ede South, Orolu, Osogbo, Odo Otin, Ifelodun, Atakumosa, and Ila, 

The pioneer National Chairman of the ruling APC, Bisi Akande is from Ila LGA.

Meanwhile, Governor Oyetola won in 13 local government areas including Iwo, Ayedaade, Ife South and Ife East. 

The 2022 Osun governorship election took place in all the 30 local government areas of the state with 3,763 polling units and 332 registration areas.

In other news, Award winning Afrobeat singer, Davido couldn’t hold his tears as his uncle, Senator Ademola Adeleke takes the leading power at the Osun State governship election.

Reports making rounds suggests that Adeleke is leading in the election with many polling units voting for him.

Results from the portal of the Independent National Electoral Commission showed that the governship candidate of the Poeples Democratic Party, Adeleke was leading.

The news thrilled the father of three who wants a better change in his motherland and country.

The singer who couldn’t contain his joy was seen hugging his uncle as they celebrated his success.

They got so emotional that they began to cry as they await final results.

In another video, an overjoyed Davido fell to the grounds at the collation centre out of joy.

This good news is coming hours after Davido, expressed joy over how voters were rejecting vote-buying in the ongoing Osun State gubernatorial election.

Davido stated this on Saturday via his official verified Twitter handle.

The 29-year-old hip-hop star is a nephew to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, governorship candidate, Senator Ademola Adeleke.

He wrote: “People rejecting money being offered to them left and right of the state today…GREAT TO SEE. There is still hope for Nigeria.”

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