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Adeleke Reacts To Compulsory Retirement Of Osun CJ

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The Osun governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke has dismissed plan to compulsorily retire the state Chief Judge, Justice Adepele Ojo.

The governor who spoke through his spokesperson, Olawale Rasheed said the allegation was false and misleading.

It was reported that, Aliu Ojo alleged that governor Adeleke is planning to compulsorily retire the Ede-born Osun State Chief Judge, Justice Adepele Ojo.

Commenting on the allegation on Rave FM Osogbo on Monday, Olawale said the statement credited to Aliu Ojo was not true saying the issue of retirement in serving Judicial Officer is regulated by Laws and procedures processes and it is outside the control of the governor or whoever to retire the state chief judge.

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He stated that the level of cordiality between the Governor Adeleke and Justice Ojo is marvelous and enormous, that there is no rancor, no conflict not differences between them.

Olawale further stated that the defeated politicians of APC are still unhappy and they want to see whatever they can do to create crisis and disaffection.

He opined that governor Adeleke is not bothered rather he is so focus on delivery good roads, health education and some other challenges Osun people are facing.

Olawale stated that Aliu was the one that wrote that there is insecurity in Osun during election tribunal that they should move the tribunal to Abuja, and it was later investigated that it was a false alarm.

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“”And let me also give you a particular instance chief Yomi Aliu, you know the role he played during election tribunal, he was the one that wrote that there is insecurity in Osun and that they should move the tribunal to Abuja.

“And when it was investigated it was found to be false that there was no insecurity in Osun, so what am trying to say is that Chief Aliu is found of raising false alarm, this one is also another false alarm.” Said Olawale

According to the governor’s spokes person, “the governor and the administration is even surprise about the accusation coming from one legal activist and one APC politician chief Yomi Aliu, the allegation that the chief Judge is to be comporsorily retired is a statement of imagination of the lawyer.

“Because, there is no truth in it, I think the issue of retirement in serving Judicial Officer is to be regulated by Laws and procedures processes which is outside the control of governor or whoever.

“Is already listed and stated so there is no truth in that allegation that the governor is trying to comporsorily retired the state chief Judge.

“Infact the level of cordiality between the two leaders are enormous are mavelous, at the inauguration of the state assembly the chief judge and all other state leaders were there.

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“No rancor, no conflict, no differences but you know the defeated politicians of the APC are still unhappy and they want to see whatever they can do to create disaffection, to create crisis.

But the reality is that the governor is not bothered is so focus on delivery of good roads, health education and some other challenges.

“You know why I said that is, retirement age is govern by law, the Constitution and everything it applies seamlessly without anybody invoking it.

“Why will the head of the executive arm now say somebody must go, you know governor Ademola Adeleke you know him, you yourself know him anchor you know the type of person he is.

“We are after delivery on good governance nobody is after
going after anybody, this is regulated what does the law says, what does the Constitution says, what are the procedures ?

“And there is a commission that handle all these, so it just a statement of imagination.”

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