2026: We Will Unseat Adeleke, Coalition Boasts


A coalition of some political parties having common interest in Osun State has declared readiness to unseat the State Governor, Ademola Adeleke, saying the Peoples Democratic Party-led administration in the state is gradually losing touch with the masses.

In a release issued on behalf of the group, Osun State Chairman of New Nigeria Peoples Party, Dr. Tosin Odeyemi, said the coming together of the parties has become necessary, as there is urgent need to salvage the state from the directionless governance it is experiencing presently.

He noted that Adeleke administration is falling short of peoples expectation, adding that going to two years in office, the governor has not completed any tangible project.

The release further read in parts, “It will be recalled that while seeking votes, Senator Ademola Adeleke, said his family had dollar and pound sterling in large volume. I remembered we warned Osun people then to be wary of the deceit but they didn’t listen.

“Now, the reality is dawn on everybody. Mr Governor prepared for the office of governor, without any proper knowledge of Osun governance intricacies, particularities.

“Now, it has become imperative for us, like-minded political parties in the state to rise to the occasion and save the state from more agony. We are having deliberation. Talks are progressing well and the political parties involved are showing commitment to the project.

“They are all ready to work together to unseat Adeleke, come 2026. Osun should expect a strong coalition that would work together and end PDP administration in 2026.

“Osun people deserve better. We cannot continue to fold our hands and watch our common heritage go down the drain. The government of the day is disappointing Osun people.”

1 Comment

  1. APC trying to bamboozled the masses, we know you, there is no way you can come to Osun State through the back door again, it is over for you. We know how you usually operate.

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