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I Didn’t Forge Any Certificate For Election – Adeleke Tells Keyamo

He said he did not, at any time forge any certificate for election or any other purpose.

The
lawmaker representing Osun West senatorial district at the National
Assembly, Senator Ademola Adeleke, has faulted allegation that he
presented forged school results to the Independent National Electoral
Commission, INEC, during the last governorship election in Osun State.

Adeleke said that Keyamo, a senior lawyer, acted out of ignorance.

The Senator, stated this in a statement signed by Niyi Owolade for the Ademola Adeleke campaign Organisation.

He said he did not, at any time forge any certificate for election or any other purpose.

“Our
attention has been drawn to a tweet credited to Mr. Festus Keyamo that
Senator Ademola Adeleke forged a statement of result he presented for
election and that WAEC did not attest his certificate.

“We suspect that Mr. Keyamo must have been misinformed or failed to get his facts correctly.

“For
his information and that of the general public, both WAEC and the
school principal of Ede Muslim High school, Ede attested Senator
Adeleke’s result through sworn affidavits before FCT High Court, Bwari.

“We advise the President’s campaign spokesman to get his facts straight before making public statements

“Being
a Senior Advocate of Nigeria demands that level of responsibility.
Senator Ademola Adeleke did not at any time forge any certificate for
this election or for any other purpose.

“Let us repeat for the
umpteenth time that the principal of Ede Muslim High School, Ede and
WAEC were summoned by the court in a case filed by the APC against
Senator Adeleke.

“The principal through a sworn affidavit
attested the statement of results presented by the PDP candidate for his
election and a Deputy Registrar of WAEC did the same through an
affidavit of evidence.

“The two affidavits were widely published
in the newspapers and are available in court papers. WAEC not only
attested Adeleke’s result, the school authority, through the principal
also did.

“At this stage in Osun election cases, all the facts are in public domain and nothing can be spinned again.

“First, the public is fully aware that both WAEC and the Principal attested to Adeleke’s qualification.

“Secondly,
by the combined effect of Sections 177 and 318 of the 1999 constitution
of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended, Senator Ademola Adeleke
is qualified to contest for the office of a State Governor.

“Thirdly
and much more critical, WAEC and the principal affirmed in their
respective affidavits that there was no forgery as results submitted by
Adeleke tallied with their records.

“We wish to conclude by
informing the public once again that apart from the above attestation of
Adeleke’s qualification, there are two subsisting high court judgments,
affirming Senator Adeleke’s eligibility to contest for office if
Governor.”

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