I am an indigene of Osun state. I am from Ile-Ife,
the ancestral home of the Yorubas. So, whatever I
am about to share with you is a product of personal
experience and vast knowledge of the socio-

political configuration of my state. I have to share
this after deep introspection, although I am still
deeply mourning the death of one of Osun’s finest
and colourful politicians of all time.

1. Senator Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke was a very
popular grassroots politician
2. Isiaka Adeleke was a very generous and large-
hearted man who could empty his vault for the
3. Adeleke had gubernatorial ambition to succeed
Rauf Aregbe, he’s always had it even before he
defected to the APC.
4. Sometimes in 2013, Rauf Aregbesola, Bola
Ahmed Tinubu, Chief Bisi Akande cajoled Adeleke to
abandon his old political party, the PDP for the APC
just so that they could ride on his popularity to win
elections in Osun state
5. The joker worked as Adeleke left the PDP for the
APC on the promise that he would be made to
succeed Aregbesola after the later might have
completed his two terms of 8 years in office
6. But as usual, the trio of Rauf Aregbesola, Bola
Tinubu and Bisi Akande reneged on this promise
just like they did in the case of Gov. Ayodele
Fayose of Ekiti State in 2014
7. Unknown to Adeleke, they (Aregbe, Tinubu and
Bisi Akande) have always had a different plan and
the plan is that Adeleke would be prevented from
getting the guber ticket
8. The belief of the trio is that Adeleke was too
popular and independed-minded to be controlled by
the Lagos Mafia
9. They knew that Adeleke had a winning political
structure and it would be difficult to teleguide him
from Lagos as they always do
10. So, Tinubu anointed Gboyega Oyetola and
brought him back from Lagos to Osun State to be
Chief of Staff to Aregbe overnight
11. Gboyega is Tinubu’s first cousin from Iragbiji,
the ancestral home of Tinubu in Osun state
12. Gboyega was/is the business advisor to Tinubu
in Lagos. He handles a chunk of Tinubu’s
businesses in Lagos
13. Tinubu wanted him because he believes that he
would further the perfect yeoman’s job that he made
Aregbe to do in Osun state.
14. But Adeleke was proving too ‘stubborn’ and too
popular for their liking
15. They used the party to warn Adeleke not to
commence campaigns but Adeleke defied them
16. Adeleke had the strong backing of Gov. Ibikunle
Amosun of Ogun State, Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo
state and lately, Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State.
17. These three detest Tinubu’s godfatherim and
high-handedness in the South-West, and they’ve
been working well, and succeeding, in taming the
18. That’s why you would notice that only these
three gathered for the burial rites of Adeleke in Ede
19. Did you notice that not a single high ranking
government functionary from Osun state attended
the Firdua prayers in Ede?
20. Did you notice that despite his popularity and
strategic importance to the victory of the APC in
Osun state, neither Tinubu nor Bisi Akande honoured
this Osun illustrious son with their presence at the
21. It’s all a perfected premeditated game plan.
22. First, Aregbe was told to travel out of the state,
to China on a phony business trip
23. After this, the agents of darkness were
programmed to strike and they did struck deep into
the hearts of Osun people.
24. Almost immediately, and in order to cover their
tracks, they asked Omoyele Sowore of Sahara
Reporters to spine the story away from them
25. And like a loyal boy that he always is to the
Lagos Mafia, he did spine it that Adeleke died of
drug overdose in the hand of a ‘quack’ doctor
26. How can a doctor with over two decades
experience suddenly become a quack overnight?
27. How could a doctor who had been attending to
Adeleke and his family for years suddenly become
a quack in the estimation of Sahara Reporters and
its sponsors?
28. They killed Adeleke without blinking an eye
29. They killed Adeleke just like they killed Funsho
Williams in Lagos state
30. They killed Adeleke just like they killed Dipo
Dina in Ogun state

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But they’ve only killed Adeleke, they’ve not killed the
spirit of Osun people to liberate themselves from
the yoke of the Lagos mafia. They’ve not killed
Adeleke’s memories in our hearts.