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"Oyetola Will Be Declared Governor After Supreme Court Ruling" - Primate Ayodele Prophesied Victory For APC, Tells Adeleke Not To Rejoice Yet



Nigeria 's accurate Prophet,  Primate Ayodele, the leader of INRI evangelical Church has revealed that Oyetola will be declared winner of the election by the Supreme Court on Friday.



He made it known that God showed him this in a vision, as against what the PDP candidate said earlier this week that he is confident that he will be declared Governor.

The prophet revealed that Presidency will have hand in the case and it will further give the APC more chances of Victory.

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In his words, "People don't want APC in Osun but they will be disappointed with the outcome of supreme court judgment, But God will just save Oyetola , PDP efforts is not stable.  Only God can reserve it. Victory will be handed to Gboyega Oyetola"

He therefore enjoined Ademola Adeleke not to rejoice yet as he will be  disappointed with the court ruling.

Recalled that the tussle between the All Progressive Congress (APC)  and the People Democratic Party (PDP)  over the last Osun State took another turn when the election saw Mr Adegboyega Oyetola being declared Governor by the Independent National Electoral commission (INEC)  against the candidate of the PDP,  Senator Ademola Adeleke after a supplementary election was conducted.

The election process created a serious mess in the state especially for the fact that PDP candidate was declared winner before it was declared inconclusive, which birthed the need for a supplementary election.

This definitely didn't go down well with PDP and it's candidate, hence the need to drag APC and its candidate to court.

During the first ruling at the tribunal, the court sacked Adegboyega Oyetola as governor while the casserole was taken to appeal court. The appeal court judgement was in favour of APC and it's candidate and both parties are moving to the highest court in the country,  the Supreme Court On Friday,   5th of July,  2019.

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