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OGUN: PDP Candidate Withdraw Tribunal Case From Court



The Ogun State People’s Democratic Party, Sagamu Constituency 2 candidate, in the just concluded House of Assembly elections, Honourable Ayodele Abiodun Olapeju has withdraw Tribunal case challenging the victory of All Progressive Congress candidate, Honourable Adeniran Ademola popularly known as Sapele.

Recalled that Hon. Olapeju Abiodun Ayodele, the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for Shagamu Constituency 2, Magun, Ogun State, had earlier accused the All Progressives Congress (APC) of bribing some officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to upload fake results to the result viewing portal.

Ayodele who alleged that the action was led by the APC House of Representatives members of the constituency together with some chieftains of the party in the state.

He cried out that INEC had announced Ademola Adeniran of the APC as the winner of the assembly election in the constituency during election.

Explaining how the manipulation allegedly took place, Ayodele said the APC members bribed and colluded with some INEC officials to upload results from units where the election was cancelled due to disruption by thugs loyal to the party.

Few weeks after elections, it was also reported that Ayodele narrowly escaped kidnapping and assasination in his house at Ewuga area of Sagamu.

When reached out to, Hon. Olapeju confirmed that his decision is personal as he has no choice other than to withdraw the case from court.

Hon. Ademola Adeniran Sapele

Hon. Ademola Adeniran Sapele

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Before read Hon. Ayodele Abiodun Olapeju withdrawal noticed sent to his team as obtained by The Eaglesforesight correspondent:

“Good day my dear brothers and sister. I’ve enjoyed the last 2 years with you and I have no regrets knowing you all.”

“I will like to inform you all that I have decided to drop my aspirations and move on with my life at this point. Therefore, I will like my tribunal application be withdrawn.”

“It’s the grace of God that I am still alive to type this heartfelt messages today. I could’ve died the day I was attacked at my home but God said I wasn’t going to die that night.”

“I congratulate us all because we’re all champions. Those of us that got elected are worthy of the position and those who might still want to fight in court shall be counted worthy too.”

Hon. Ayodele Abiodun Olapeju

Hon. Ayodele Abiodun Olapeju

God bless us all.
Hon. Olapeju Ayodele