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The law must take its course – Ajimobi’s aide

Reacting to news of the arrest of the former governor of Oyo state, Festus Adedayo, Special Adviser to Governor Ajimobi on Media, in a statement said that in as much as the government does not want to gloat over the arrest, its only interest was that the law must take its course.

“Though the arrest is a vindication of our earlier allegation of the predatory clean-up of the state’s patrimony for four years by the Alao-Akala government, the present government does not want to gloat over the fate of the former governor. We only enjoin both the EFCC and the judiciary to allow justice to be done,” the statement said.

The anti-graft agency had been after nine state governors it perceived as having cases to answer over how they spent the billions of naira allocated to their states throughout their tenure and placed the governors under a 24 hour surveillance.


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