Naija News reports that Oyetola disclosed this in a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Adeniyi Adesina on Friday in Osogbo, the Osun state capital.
This is coming after the Supreme Court in a split judgment of five to two on Friday upheld the election of Oyetola as the authentic governor of Osun state.
While speaking on his victory, the governor also said that he dedicated the victory to the glory of God and to the good people of the state.
According to him, the people joined him in navigating the “twists and turns of the road to justice.
“It is indeed a challenge to us all to muster the courage and strength to do more.
“We will work even harder to deliver on our campaign promises to you and to take the State of Osun to the Next Level.
“I commend the Judiciary for a renewed hope and for proving to us that it remains the last hope of the common man.
“This is a victory for democracy, victory for good governance and victory for the masses as this verdict reaffirmed my victory in the governorship election.
“I have no doubt in the judicial and this judgment has further strengthened our confidence in the judiciary.
“We will continue to see the mandate freely and willingly given to us by our people as an opportunity to serve and lift our state to greater heights,” he said.
Oyetola said the reactions surrounding the September 2018 election in the state was over and called on the people of the state regardless of their parties or religious affiliations to join hands with his administration towards moving the state forward.