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Osun election as Nigeria’s dirty mirror at 58 by Festus Adedayo

For Gboyega Oyetola, the inheritor of the fortune of this electoral heist, the lesson is even huger. If after eight years in office, Aregbesola had to deploy a combination of thugs, army, police, INEC etc. and a grovelling by the feet of an ancient adversary to win – with less than 500 votes – someone who has no certificate and is a common dancer, it speaks volume of the fact that the people detest his governance.
AmarSim Associations Development Consultants

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