Osun State Governor, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola has described the judgement of the Court of Appeal as a long awaited expectation of the people of the state.
The governor made this known on Thursday while celebrating the verdict of the Court of Appeal that set aside the verdict of the Osun State Governorship Election Tribunal that earlier declared the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Senator Ademola Adeleke as the winner of the contest.
In a wild jubilation that greeted the judgement of the Appeal Court, Governor Oyetola said he could not hide his happiness upon receiving the news of his victory at the Appeal.
He said the facts have been revealed already by the Appellate court saying he would not be anxious if the Senator Adeleke decided to approach the Supreme Court.
He said the people of the state, without being prompted, trooped out to join him in the jubilation.
“This is the judgement that the people of Osun have been waiting for. I am happy and the judgement is wonderful. This is what the people want to hear. They came out today without being prompted to rejoice and celebrate this judgment,” he said.
Asked about his chances at the Supreme Court should Adeleke decided to approach it, Oyetola said, ” I am not bothered about that. The facts have been stated already by competent courts. We are ready for them. Even the people of Osun are elated as you can see and this shows that we will win again at the Supreme Court.
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