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    What Osun state people should expect if I become governor - Senator Adeleke

    Senator Ademola Adeleke who is the gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun state has promised the people that he will revive the economy if elected as governor.

    Premium Times reports that Adeleke spoke on Thursday, August 9 to address the issue of forged certificate scandal.

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    Justice David Oladimeji said the case “lacks merit” and accordingly dismissed it.

    Adeleke said agricultural investment is the best means to address poverty in the state.

    He said: “We will run an issue based campaign. I will focus on agriculture through investment. I am already talking to local and international stakeholders in this respect.

    “We will review the state of the education sector to improve performance of our students in national examination. We used to be under single digit rating. Now Osun is number 29 or so.”

    “We will improve teachers’ welfare through regular payment of salaries and provision of teaching aids. I will target education. Osun will be back to top position in national examination ratings. I will improve teacher’s salaries. We will pay pensioners and workers regularly. We will ensure basic education is free and functional. I will not compromise on workers welfare.

    He also promised to host a monthly “accountability forum for the revenue and expenditure of the state to be open to the public.” had reported that Senator Ademola Adeleke who is the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in the coming Osun state election described those questioning his attendance in secondary school as being deceptive and mischievous.

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    The Punch reports that Adeleke spoke in Ede on Thursday, August 9 following the dismissal of the suit filed against his eligibility before Justice David Oladimeji of the Osun state high court.

    The senator who was with his former classmates at Ede Muslim Grammar School said he did not need a West Africa Examination Council certificate before gaining admission to a university in the United States.

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