- Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, the Ooni from Ife, has responded to the claim that Ademola Adeleke had promised him a private jet
- The first-class monarch exposed the claim, saying the PDP gubernatorial candidate did not promise to buy him a jet is ready for his (Oonis) trips
Ile-Ife, Osun State – The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, debunked the rumor that Ademola Adeleke, a former candidate for governor of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), promised him a private jet gift
Premium Times reported that the monarch’s reaction is contained in a statement made by the Director of Media and Public Affairs of the Ooni Palace by Ife to the Nigeria News Agency (NAN) on Friday October 8th. Moses Olafare.
He said the palace had not issued a report on the alleged pledge, adding that Adeleke’s speech was twisted by some writers with hidden intentions.
The officer said the truth could be sought from videos taken from the visit.
The need for a credible election
According to Olafare, the only request made by Ooni “was for a credible election without crises for the benefit of all, to which the PDP chief has agreed.”
He said it is the usual character of all political office and party candidates to make several promises, “such as rebuilding roads in Ile-Ife and completing the Osun State Airport project in Ido -Osun “.
The media advisor said that” the bullet points are developing in the viral news Right reports have been mischievously ignored. “
The Adeleke family has a fleet of private planes
Speakin specifically on the controversial” private jet “, Olafare said it was well known that The Adeleke family has a fleet of private jets that could have been the basis of the gubernatorial candidate carelessly saying “Royal father, private jet you might need” for your travels are readily available. “
He said “The Ooni Palace would like to warn the general public not to mistakenly believe the false report to be a lie from the abyss of Hell.”
The media advisor made it clear that the truth could be found out from videos obtained from the visit, Sahara reporters explained.
It is believed that Adeleke is keen to run for the state’s seat of governor again in 2022 Osun to promote.
Ooni sends a message to OPC: Don’t take any laws in your hand
In other messages, the Ooni from Ife has the Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) asked not to take any laws in hand.
The monarch called when he received members of the OPC under the direction of President Prince Osibote in his palace.
Adeyeye, who described the association as a great promoter of the Yoruba tradition, ethics and principles, urged the members of the association to unite and avoid acts that lead to factions could lead.