The governor of Osun state, Ademola Adeleke, has alleged that his predecessor, Gboyega Oyetola, set many traps for his administration.
Adeleke made this known at a thanksgiving service at Eternal Sacred Order of Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Oke Gada in Ede region of the state, on Sunday, December 4, This Day reports. . .. …Continue Reading
The governor, while speaking, said that, “We passed through tough days before we reached where we’re at today.
“I can’t but constantly praise God, my brothers, my sisters, my political associates, my friends and the great people of Osun state.
“That massive support accounted for my decisions as the state governor a week ago.
“That was why I issued those executive orders to dismantle all illegalities and clean up the mess I inherited.
“Oyetola set many traps for my administration because he lost at the polls, but we are removing all the evil structures they put in place.
“I have used the first one week to take charge and set the tone for good governance, and I can continue the great work now.
“I am still shaking up the system, but I will get to unveil and commence my agenda soon,” he added.
Adeleke further noted that he will continue to thank God for being behind him, especially in the face of gang-ups against him.
The governor said that, “I can’t thank God and the people enough for the support against many gang-ups and the resolute campaign of calumny from within and outside the party.
“I reassure you that all my actions will continue to be in the best interest of the state.
“I promise to serve the good people of Osun state, and restore good governance to Osun state,” he added.