- The principal of Ede Muslim High School has admitted that there were errors in the testimonial
- According to the principal, there were a few errors in the imputation of some information on the testimonial
- However, the principal insisted that Adeleke was one of them
As the controversy trailing the result of Ademola Adeleke, governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun state, continues to dominate headlines, the principal of Ede Muslim High School who issued a testimonial for Adeleke has admitted that there were errors in the testimonial.
Independent reports that the principal said there were a few errors in the imputation of some information on the testimonial, but described them as mere administrative error.
Going further, he said Adeleke was one of them.
Recall that Legit.ng had reported that the controversies surrounding the certificate of Senator Adeleke may have ended with the visit of his classmates.
The classmates of Adeleke visited him on Wednesday, May 1, and confirmed that he was part of them between 1976 and 1981 at the Muslim Grammar School, Ede in Osun state.
The classmates who held a press conference after the solidarity visit, said they would continue to associate with Adeleke who they described as one of them.
Mukaila Olopade, a former sports prefect in the school, told journalists that Adeleke is a good jolly fellow.
He said that Adeleke was the president of the ‘Old Students Association’ of the school for four years.
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