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Adeleke Suceeds Late Brother As Asiwaju of Ede

Congratulations are in order for Governor Ademola Adeleke of Osun State as he is conferred the title of ‘Asiwaju of Ede’ by the Timi of Ede, Oba Munirudeen Adesola Lawal. The Governor succeeded his late brother and former governor of the state, Senator Isiaka Adeleke, a position he held until his demise in April 2017.
The news was posted by Adeleke’s Special Adviser on News and Digital Media, Olalekan Badmus, who announced the arrival of dignitaries for the governor’s installation on social media platform X on Monday. In the video, he said, “Oyo State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde, arrives at the Osun State Government House ahead of the installation of Governor Ademola Adeleke as the Asiwaju of Ede.”
The traditional title, according to Osun State PDP Chairman, Sunday Bisi, is a resounding validation of his leadership’s prowess.

Having been conferred the title on his 64th birthday, Bisi described it as a lifetime birthday gift and evidence of Governor Adeleke’s popularity among well-meaning Nigerians, at home and in diaspora.

“It should be noted that, as part of activities marking the 64th birthday anniversary of Governor Ademola Adeleke, the Ede traditional council, in a no objection resolution, conferred on His Excellency the title of Asiwaju of Ede Land.
“The title is the highest traditional honour often reserved for men of implacable standing in the history-packed community.
“The traditional honour was last bestowed on the elder brother of the governor, the late Asiwaju Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke. He was himself a former governor and the first democratically elected chief executive of the state.”

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The PDP described Governor Ademola Adeleke as an extraordinary gift to humanity, whose friendly carriage is loud enough to inspire the world into simplicity in the divine art of greatness.
“Asiwaju Ademola Adeleke has become a goldfish with no place to hide, and we are glad His Excellency is living this naturally ahead of time.”
“It is one thing to be blessed with the natural regalia of leadership; it is another thing to be conscious of the calling.
“It is also another thing to choose what to do with such a rare gift in the competing world of egocentrism. We are happy Mr. Governor appreciates the divine blessings in his life.

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