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Ademola Adeleke

17 Jul 2019
The People's Democratic Party in Osun State seems to be divided in the last one week over the adoption of Senator Ademola Adeleke as the sole candidate of party for 2022 Governorship Election by some members of the party.
8 May 2019
Senator Ademola Adeleke has pled not guilty to a five-count charge of alleged falsification of certificate preferred against him by the Nigerian police.
4 Apr 2019
Certificate Scandal: We didn’t see Ademola Adeleke in the exam hall, witnesses tell court
22 Mar 2019
Senator Ademola Adeleke speaks after winning at the tribunal
22 Mar 2019
Osun Elections: Tribunal declares PDP’s Ademola Adeleke winner, sacks Oyetola.
1 Nov 2018
The Nigerian Police force has on Wednesday, October 31, arraigned the Senator representing Osun-west senatorial district of Osun State, Ademola Adeleke for examination malpractice.
10 Oct 2018
Senator Adeleke resumes Senate after Osun governorship defeat.

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