Last month I told one of my political friends that Ademola Adeleke wouldn’t be able to concentrate on his campaign.
That’s happening already as Nigeria’s police authority have directed the PDP aspirant to report to the Force Headquarters, Abuja, immediately for arraignment for examination malpractice, criminal conspiracy, and impersonation.
Adeleke used to be one of the political threats to the incumbent ruling All Progressive Congress in Osun.
He thrashed an APC member during a senatorial district bye-election to fill the vacant seat left by his late uncle.
Again, he’s trying to change the statue quo as he’s jostling to replace APC with PDP in the September 22 election.
He has a price to pay for his political audacity: Oppositions are now digging into his past to lessen his political popularity in the state.
Ademola Adeleke WAEC scandal
He’s now going to face exam malpractice charge. He was asked to report to the Special Investigation Panel alongside one Sikiru Adeleke, the Principal of Ojo-Aro Community Grammar School, Alhaji Aregbesola Mufutau, a worker who facilitated the registration of candidates for the National Examination Council in the school, Mr.Gbadamosi Ojo and a teacher who allegedly facilitated the crime, Mr. Dare Olutope.
The force in a statement on Wednesday by the force spokesman, Jimoh Moshood said it had filed charges of examination malpractice, criminal conspiracy, impersonation, breach of duty and aiding and abetting against the aspirant and his four co-accused.
The charges were filed at the Federal High Court, Abuja under the Examination Malpractice Act, CAP E15, 2004, today.
What’s the implication?
The scandal, whether true or not, is meant to distract him from concentrating on actualising his governorship ambition.
We at infomediaNG also believes that Mr. Ademola Adeleke disappointed his fans when he failed to honour Channels Osun Debate held last week.
Despite his ordeals, he should have come to say something since all Nigerian politicians have one controversy or other, such is only revealed when you’re on the opposing side.