Adeleke denies governorship ambition, seeks solutions to Osun challenges

By Abiodun Fanoro   |   25 September 2015   |   4:51 am  
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SENATOR Isiaka Adeleke has denied reports that he had his eye in the Osun State governorship seat in 2018, adding that he was contented with his present call to duty as a lawmaker in the Senate.

In a statement by his media assistant, Olumide Lawal, the senator said he was very focused to make a success of his assignment at the National Assembly.

According to Olumide, “It should be categorically stated, that for now, Senator Isiaka Adeleke is out to give his best, as far as legislative duties in the Eighth Senate are concerned, with a view to giving Nigerians value for their lives, though far-reaching legislation and thorough oversight functions.”

Adeleke also expressed his resolve to give maximum support to the Osun State governor, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola in his drive to deliver on his election promises to people of the state.

“Senator Adeleke, is also out to seriously complement the efforts of the government in the State of Osun, so as to make the people live as comfortable as possible. Has totally resolved, that his current involvement in the Senate, will attract well-meaning projects for the people of Osun-West District, to keep them many steps ahead of others, while involving himself, in areas of development, that will benefit the generality of Nigerians.”

“Adeleke believes, that, only God Almighty shall decide his fate in the future political arena of Osun State, nay Nigeria, while urging all and sundry, to use each day of their lives as if, they will not see tomorrow, since God gives position to whom He wills without questioning.

The senator who is also the Chancellor of Adeleke University, Ede, urged “the good people of the state, to join hands together and proffer solutions to all the surmountable problems, now militating against the state, just as he prayed “for quick resolution of salaries payment impasse now facing the workers and retirees and urged all parties concerned to toe the line of peace”



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