Davido’s Family Replies to Aregbesola’s speech..Says he did this..


The Adelekes’ have described Governor Rauf Aregbesola's outburst against billionaire Deji Adeleke, singer Davido's father, as appalling.
Aregbesola had said the business mogul may be suffering from a mental problem due to the death of his elder brother, Isiaka Adeleke.

The Governor stated this at a campaign rally of the All Progressives Congress in Ede ahead of the Osun-West senatorial district by-election holding on Saturday, July 8.
He was reacting to an allegation that he owed the business mogul some money.
The Governor said it was, in fact, the Adelekes who have been collecting money from him (Aregbesola).
He said, "Deji Adeleke is a businessman, he is not a politician but it is like his brother's death has run him mad. (O dabi pe iku egbon e ti da lori ru). It is a lie that I borrowed money from Deji.

"It is to the glory of God that they got the Certificate of Occupancy of their university from our government. Why didn’t those who are their new friends give them the C-of-O of that university? If Deji Adeleke had so much money, why did he beg me to waive the payable tax of his university? Why couldn’t he just pay?

"I am bold enough to say this over and over again because I have never sought assistance from any member of the Adeleke family, even during the lifetime of Senator Isiaka Adeleke. Nothing of such occurred."
The Governor stated this at a campaign rally of the All Progressives Congress in Ede ahead of the Osun-West senatorial district by-election holding on Saturday, July 8.
He was reacting to an allegation that he owed the business mogul some money.
The Governor said it was, in fact, the Adelekes who have been collecting money from him (Aregbesola).
He said, "Deji Adeleke is a businessman, he is not a politician but it is like his brother's death has run him mad. (O dabi pe iku egbon e ti da lori ru). It is a lie that I borrowed money from Deji.
"It is to the glory of God that they got the Certificate of Occupancy of their university from our government. Why didn’t those who are their new friends give them the C-of-O of that university? If Deji Adeleke had so much money, why did he beg me to waive the payable tax of his university? Why couldn’t he just pay?

"I am bold enough to say this over and over again because I have never sought assistance from any member of the Adeleke family, even during the lifetime of Senator Isiaka Adeleke. Nothing of such occurred."
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