It’s Barely four days to the Osun state gubernatorial election, the Nigerian police Wednesday filed a four-count charge, including examination malpractice, against People’s Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Senator Ademola Adeleke.

The police, in a Federal High Court in Abuja, charged him for examination malpractice, aiding and abetting, impersonation, and criminal conspiracy, Guardian reports.

Police alleged that Ademola and his brother Sikiru Adeleke registered and sat for the National Examination Council Examination (NECO) 2017 as internal candidates, impersonating students of the school at the ages of 57 and 42 years respectively.

It also alleged that the governorship aspirant made a statement that he registered for the May/June diet of the National Examination Council examinations, which is made for internal students.