The incumbent governor of Osun state, Governor Jackson Ademola Adeleke said that he was underrated and that people call him a dancing governor.
Ademola Adeleke made the statement I am interview with Channels Television during the Politics Today program when Seun Okinbaloye asked him what he will tell his critics that he does not have what it takes to lead the people of Osun state and also that he does not qualify to be a governor.
Recall that earlier today, the Supreme Court preside over the Osun guber election petition between former Osun state governor, Adegboyega Oyeyola and Ademola Adeleke. The Supreme Court ruled in favour of Adeleke and asked him to continue as governor of Osun State.
However, Governor Adeleke while responding to Seun's question said that "I felt underrated, they call me a dancing senator".
He said those people have forgotten that everybody has their hubby and that his hubby is just dancing and that he could have been a musician but thank God his nephew, Davido and his Son, Sina Rambo are doing well in music. However, he said dancing does not take away his commitment and devotion of discharging dividends of democracy to people of Osun state and that those who accused him of dancing and that he can not perform are now dancing too.
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