‘I had to check if I was hacked’ – Pastor Adeboye’s son, Leke speaks on APC statement

Pastor Adeboye’s son, Leke, who was in the news yesterday after a comment about Osun election and APC was credited to him, has reacted.

'I had to check if I was hacked' - Pastor Adeboye’s son, Leke speaks on APC statement lailasnews

We reported that Leke who reacted to the Osun election in an insta-story comment, said anyone who voted for APC in the state is a fool. He wrote;

“If you are in Osun and you voted for APC to be honest and this is being neutral o, YOU are a FOOL. The government of APC didn’t pay salaries for over 2 or 3 years. Apart from the train, what did you gain from the last 3 years. And please don’t tell me they built roads, that’s a standard”.

However debunking the report, Pastor Adeboye’s son said he had to check if he was hacked because he never wrote about APC and the election in Osun State over the weekend. He wrote;

Amen! All those claiming i posted up on my Instagram story that APC are fools! Na lie!
Even I went to check my Instagram story to see if I was hacked.

'I had to check if I was hacked' - Pastor Adeboye’s son, Leke speaks on APC statement lailasnews 1

This is coming after we reported that INEC fixed September 27th, for Osun State governorship election rerun . The election umpire had on Sunday declared the election inconclusive based on an INEC technicality.

INEC’s Returning Officer and Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology , Akure , Prof Joseph Fowape , while announcing the results said the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party , Ademola Adeleke, polled 254, 698 votes to defeat that of the All Progressives Congress , Gboyega Oyetola , who polled 254, 345 votes.

However, due to irregularities which marred the election at some polling units in Ife North , Ife South and Orolu local government areas, including cases of card reader malfunctioning, ballot box snatching , among others, this led to the cancellation of 3, 498 votes recorded in the affected polling units.

Quoting INEC’s Standing Rules at the commission’s headquarters in Osogbo, the state capital, Prof Joseph Fowape, said since the margin between the two leading candidates was lower than the registered cancelled votes , the election had to be declared inconclusive . He stated that a rerun would take place at the affected polling units on Thursday , September 27, 2018.

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