Sen. Ademola Adeleke, Governor of Osun State, has expressed his reaction to his victory at the Appeal Court. He stated that his predecessor, Adegboyega Oyetola, has the right to take the case to the Supreme Court if he so desires. Adeleke made this remark during an Arise News morning show on Monday. On Friday, the Court of Appeal in Abuja upheld Adeleke’s election as governor of the state, a decision that was made unanimously by a three-member panel led by Mohammed Shuaibu, overturning the earlier ruling of the election petition tribunal that nullified Adeleke’s victory in January. Oyetola’s media aide, Ismail Omipidan, said there is a basis for seeking further redress at the Supreme Court. When asked if he was anxious, Adeleke replied that he was not, and that Oyetola had the right to take the case to the Supreme Court if he wished. He also said that he had tried to reach out to Oyetola to work together for the benefit of Osun State, and expressed hope that Oyetola would call him to congratulate him.