Jubilation as Adeleke Issues Fresh Executive Order Over Aregbesola, Gives Reason
- Governor Ademola Adeleke has issued another executive order to protect Rauf Aregbesola, the former governor of the state and president minister of interior
- The executive order would be the 7th of its kind that Governor Adeleke would issue since he was sworn in as governor in November, 2022
- Recall that Aregbesola once alleged that his predecessor, Gboyega Oyetola, put machinery in place to ensure that he stayed away from Osun
Ilesa, Osun - Ademola Adeleke, the governor of Osun state, has issued another executive order to protect Rauf Aregbesola, the state's former governor and current minister of interior.
The order will be the 7th since the governor was sworn in on November 28 last year, The Nation reported.
Why Adeleke issues fresh executive order for Aregbesola
Recall that it was reported that a political feud ensued between Aregbesola and his successor, Gboyega Oyetola, the result of which the minister alleged that the latter had planned to chase him away from the state.
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Reacting to the development at the inauguration of the Ilesa Passport Front Office and Production Centre of the Nigeria Immigration Service in Osun state, Adeleke assured Aregbesola that his security in the state is guaranteed.
Adeleke's words read in part:
“No matter the party you are, a progressive is a progressive. If you are doing what the people want… when Aregbesola was the governor, he loved Osun. He loved his people, all the projects he did for his people were abandoned. I promised myself during the election campaign that I would complete them. I have started doing that."
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On his part, Aregbesola said the establishment of the passport office became necessary because of the surge in the number of applications.
The minister added that the establishment of passport front offices was born out of the desire of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration to make the process less stressful.
Appeal court reserves judgement on Osun governorship appeal
Legit.ng earlier reported that the ruling on the appeal filed by Governor Ademola Adeleke at the Osun state governorship tribunal judgment had been reserved by the court of appeal
Following the arguments of the parties involved, Justice Mohammed Shuaibu's 3-member led panel set a new date to decide on the ruling
The prosecuting counsel had argued that only 2 of the 3-panel members of the tribunal aired their views while the other did not, which was against the constitution. Yet, the defence counsel said that did not nullify the judgment