Court Orders Police To Stop Arrest Mandate Against Dancing Senator Adeleke

An Osun State High Court sitting in Ejigbo has conceded a request controlling the police from arresting the governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party in the state,
Senator Ademola Adeleke.

The police had on Wednesday requested that Adeleke show up at the Force Headquarters in Abuja on the charge of declaration imitation yet President Muhammadu Buhari's intercession ceased the police's summon on the competitor.
However, Justice Yinka Aderibigbe gave an order that 
Adeleke should not be arrested pending the hearing and determination of the substantive suit filed before him by Adeleke.

The order was given following an ex parte application made before him by Adeleke’s counsel, Mr Kanmi Ajibola.

A copy of the interim order was made available to journalists in Osogbo by the Head of the Media Team of Adeleke Campaign Organisation, Mr Banidele Salam.

Meanwhile, the PDP has raised the alarm on the alleged planned arrests of key chieftains of the party by the police on trump-up charges ahead of the Saturday governorship election in Osun State, with a view to give the APC-backed by the Presidency an undue advantage.


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