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Iwo Land Monarch, Oba Akanbi Congratulates Ademola Adeleke After Endorsing Oyetola Second Term Bid

Oba Akanbi, The Oluwo of Iwo land, has congratulated Ademola Adeleke, the new governor-elect of Osun State.

Before the Saturday’s governorship election that begot Adeleke’s victory, the monarch publicly endorsed the second term bid of Governor Gboyega Oyetola and said that his desire that an indigene of Iwo land would succeed Oyetola after his projected second term in office.

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Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale noted that his life is a lesson to many youths, adding that there’s always a reward for one who works hard.

According to a statement shared today, Friday 22nd of July, 2022 on his Instagram handle, Oba Oluwo congratulating Ademola Adeleke stated , “I congratulate the Osun State Governor-elect, Senator Ademola Adeleke on his victory at the keenly contested poll. He has demonstrated an uncommon courage, tenacity to have survived many hurdles. His life is a lesson for many aspiring youths. There is always reward for hard work.

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“I look forward to having an Iwo man as the Osun State Governor if God permits! I pray for divine wisdom, courage and understanding for Senator Ademola Adeleke to effectively manage Osun State affairs.”

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