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Police Detains Senator Ademola Adeleke

PRESS STATEMENT

Police Detains Senator Ademola Adeleke  Nigerian Police has arrested and detained Senator Ademola Adeleke on o charges of certificate and testimonial forgery.

Though the school principal and school authority have through affidavits denied any forgery and owned up to the school testimonial issued to Senator Adeleke.

Senator Adeleke had yesterday morning honoured police invitation at the force headquarters, Abuja. He arrived at the force headquarters at 9am and was not attended to until later this afternoon when he was informed of fresh charges of testimonial forgery. The distinguished Senator was taken to Maitama Police station with plan to arraign him tommorow at an undisclosed Magistrate court.

Now, PDP is raising alarm “We alert the world to the systematic harrassment and victimisation of Senator Adeleke over his pursuit of the retrieval of the governorship mandate freely conferred on him by the people of Osun state. A tribunal has declared him duly elected and a ruling on appeal is pending. Yet, the police in connivance with the appealants have decided to unjustly incarcerate and raised trumped up charges which have been clarified by relevant authorities.

The Principal of the secondary school attended by Senator Adeleke testified through affidavit before Bwari High Court that the school indeed issued the testimonial. WAEC equally testified that the Senator sat for the examination. For the Police to revive this old clarified issue confirms political vendetta.

We call for urgent intervention of well meaning Nigerians to stop this emerging rape of democracy. The case for which the Police is acting is subjudice. It is sad to note that the Police appears to have become a tool in the hands of enemies of rule of law.

We urge our supporters to remain calm. Justice shall prevail.”

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