There was wild jubilation in Ede, Osun State, home town of Mr Ademola Adeleke on Friday, following the tribunal judgement which upheld his election.
The tribunal which sat in Abuja had declared Adeleke winner of the September 2018 governorship election in Osun.
Supporters of Peoples Democratuc Party (PDP) as well people of Ede were seen dancing and singing victory song.
At the country home of Adeleke, who is currently a senator, large crowds were seen within and outside his premises singing and dancing.
Okada riders, in their large numbers, were also seen using their motorcycles to display different skills to celebrate the victory.
Speaking on the victory, Mrs Dupe Adeleke-Sanni, Adeleke’s elder sister, commended the judiciary for retrieving the “stolen mandate.”
Adeleke-Sanni, who said she dedicated the victory to God and his late brother Mr Isiaka Adeleke, said the victory was well-deserved.
“We thank God for returning our stolen mandate.
“It is not by our might or power but by the grace of God that we have the mandate back,” she said.
She commended the people of Ede for standing with the family during the trying period, urging them to continue to stand with them.