“God Of Liverpool And Tottenham” Fails Davio As His Uncle Adeleke Suffers A Major Defeat

Not today, was probably the corresponding answer to his prayers when he called on the God “God Of Liverpool And Tottenham” regarding the case of his dear uncle Ademola Adeleke, who is challenging the winner of 2018 Osun governorship election, Gboyega Oyetola.

The latest Court of appeal ruling means it is not enough to serve the God who made both Liverpool And Tottenham to come back from a point of hopelessness to triumph.

Nigerians are already reacting and can’t seem to leave the pop star out of politics, as to be fair to them, OBO has refused to leave politics. he has been very vocal about this one.

But some wonder if he would still find his voice after court of Appeal on Thursday in Abuja nullified the victory of his uncle, Ademola Adeleke at the Osun State governorship election petition tribunal.

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This was after the appeal filed by the Governor of Osun State, Gboyega Oyetola, challenging the declaration of Ademola Adeleke as the duly elected governor by the state election petition tribunal.

The appellate court also set aside the judgement of the tribunal of March 22, which declared Mr Adeleke winner of the election.

A five-member panel of the appeal court led by Jummai Sankey delivered the judgement with three members of the panel agreeing with the lead judgement.

The three other judges in agreement with the lead judgement read by Jummai Sankey are Abubakar Yahaya, Isaiah Akeju, and Bitrus Sanga.

A panel member, George Mbaba, gave a dissenting judgement.

Mr Adeleke contested the governorship election on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The Independent National Electoral Commission declared Mr Oyetola winner after a supplementary poll but the tribunal said Mr Oyetola won the election at the first ballot.

Specifically, he faulted the judgment as unknown to the law because Justice Peter Obiorah who prepared and read the lead judgement did not participate fully during the hearing of the petition.

Mr Oyetola whose appeal was first heard by the court of appeal drew the attention of the court to the February 6 proceedings in which Mr Obiorah was absent at the tribunal and did not sign the proceeding of that day.

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The appellant contended that what Mr Obiorah did amounted to judicial hear-say because the proceedings of February 6 when he was not in court was copiously copied in his lead judgement.

Insisting that judicial hearsay has no place in law, Mr Oyetola asked the appeal court to quash the judgement, allow the appeal and uphold the governorship election.

On his part, the counsel to APC, Akin Olujinmi, also faulted the judgment of the tribunal led by Ibrahim Sirajo, on the ground that the petition was based on the rerun election of September 27.

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What will David and his Uncle do next.