Davido’s Uncle, Senator Ademola Adeleke Speaks On Dancing, Viral Dance Video

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Nigerian senator, Ademola Adeleke, who was recently sworn into office after winning the election conducted weeks ago has reacted to his viral dance video which surfaced online.

Recall that the senator who emerged following the death of his brother, Sen. Isiaka Adeleke, danced heartily after he was announced the winner of the Osun bye-elections.

Speaking during an interview with National Assembly TV, the senator who showed off his dancing prowess in the viral video stated that dancing is a form of exercise to him adding that he loves to dance.

The uncle to Nigerian singer, Davido, born David Adeleke and father to artistes, Sina Rambo and B-Red said: “Like we normally say there is time for everything. There is time to laugh. There is time to cry but most of the time I love dancing and I take it as an exercise. My kids got it(dancing) from me, Sina Rambo and B-Red and of course my nephew Davido. I train them and as a matter of fact, they will tell me that Dad, we can’t catch up with you. I love dancing.”

He further stated that he became the face of the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, some years ago because of his dance skills.

“When I joined APC briefly, I campaigned with Aregbesola and my late brother. As a matter of fact, we put what is called interload into the campaIgn because you go to most campign, it is so dry but when you put an interload into a campaign where you dance, laugh and everything, As a matter of fact, I became the face of the campaign.

“Without me, there is no campaign. Now that they messed up and I went to my former party, they are now using it against me that I am dancing. I even danced with my daughter. They never knew it was my daughter. They thought it was someone else but I told them that that is a lesson to all fathers, You have to be close to your daughters. I am very close to my children and that is why I dance.”


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