PANDORA PAPERS: Oyetola hasn’t engaged in any wrongdoing – Aide

Contrary to news report that Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun State retains his directorship of Aranda Overseas Corporation in 2011, the governor has rubbished such claim.

This was according to the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Mr. Ismail Omipidan, in a statement made available to The Nigerian Xpress newspapers.

The statement read, “We have seen reports in some online media platforms concerning the PANDORA PAPERS’ allegations. This is, therefore, to set the record straight.

“Mr. Adegboyega Oyetola, Governor of Osun State, resigned his directorship of Aranda Overseas Corporation in 2011, when he took up political appointment. He also surrendered his shareholding of the same company.



“Since 2011 till date, he has had no association, dealings and business transactions with the said company, as he is neither a director nor shareholder of the said company.

“He, therefore, could not have acquired the said property in 2017 either directly or through the said company as being alleged.

“As a matter of fact, Oyetola has no relationship or link with the alleged owner of the property, Mr. Kolawole Aluko, let alone go into a business dealing or transaction with him.

“He also complied fully with the law of the land by exiting Global Investments Offshore Limited, as a Director in 2011, upon his appointment as the Chief of Staff.

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“While we appreciate family members, friends, associates and well-wishers for their show of concern over the development, we assure them that there is nothing to worry about. Mr. Oyetola has always shown that he is a man who knows and respects the law in his corporate and political endeavors.

“The God that has brought us thus far will never forsake us,” Omipidan’s statement said.




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