Following a court order nullifying the nomination of Senator Ademola Adeleke’s nomination, Davido has reacted.
Davido has broken his silence following an order by a high court which sat in Abuja, nullifying his uncle, Ademola Adeleke’s nomination as PDP’s Governorship candidate in the last Osun election.
Recall that, Justice Musa of the Abuja High Court who delivered judgement on the case on Tuesday, nullified Adeleke’s nomination on the grounds that he offended section 177 of the 1999 constitution as amended. The section stipulated that candidates for the position of governor must be educated up to secondary school level.
While the court’s findings showed that Adeleke entered secondary school in 1976, there was no record to show that he actually graduated as his name was no longer seen in the school’s register from 1980.
The High Court Judge further stated that the result Adeleke attached to his form CF001 which he submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was fake, as it was found to be different from the one presented to the court by the principal of Ede Muslim High School, Ede in Osun State.
However Adeleke’s lawyer Nathaniel Oke SAN faulted the judgment of Justice Musa on the grounds that the judge erred in law, by going out of his way to source for evidence to arrive at his “unjust conclusion”.
Reacting, Davido wrote ‘Story for the gods’.