Osun 2022: Adeleke must do more than dance to win the election – Muyiwa Adeyemi
By Guardian Exclusive
27 June 2022 | 11:25 am
The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), are the frontline political parties contesting the July 16, 2022 governorship election in Osun State. Guardian Nigeria's Political Editor, Muyiwa Adeyemi spoke with GuardianTV on what both parties need to do to win the election.
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