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Senator Adeleke dragged to court over alleged forged certificate

Senator Adeleke dragged to court over alleged forged certificate

- Some PDP members have filed a law suit against Senator Ademola Adeleke

- The members alleged the senator doesn't have a primary school leaving certificate

- Senator Adeleke recently won the governorship primary election in the party

Some members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun state have filed a law suit against Senator Ademola Adeleke, who recently won the party's governorship primary election.

The members alleged that Senator Adeleke does not have a primary school leaving certificate.

Channels TV reports that the members are praying to the court to grant an interim order to set aside results of the recently concluded election.

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They are also asking the court to grant an order restraining the PDP from presenting Adeleke’s name to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the September 22nd governorship poll.

Adeleke’s lawyer, Edmond Biri-Omoni, however, debunked these claims. While addressing journalists, Biri-Omoni insisted that Adeleke has a genuine primary school certificate.

The ruling on the case has been adjourned till Thursday, July 26, by Justice David Oladimeji.

PAY ATTENTION: Read the news on Nigeria’s #1 news app previously reported that Akin Ogunbiyi, Osun state Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship aspirant, has petitioned the party’s leadership, alleging the rigging of the party’s primary in favour of Senator Ademola Adeleke.

Ogunbiyi who rejected the poll’s result which declared the serving senator winner of the Osun state PDP governorship primary insisted that it was rigged in Adeleke’s favour.

Ogunbiyi, who came behind Adeleke with only seven votes, in a statement on Tuesday, July 24, alleged that the primary was fraught with malpractices, particularly violation of Section 177 (d) of the Nigerian constitution by Adeleke.

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