Reasons I will Not Hand Over To My Deputy – Akeredolu

By Chinenye Festus:-
Just as his counterpart Governor Dave Umahi said that if he contracts the Covid-19 disease, he will willingly relegate authority to his deputy and go into isolation.
Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State has a different agenda on the transmission of power to his embattled deputy. Akeredolu who tested positive to the pandemic on Wednesday and had since gone on isolation said he would work from home.
Speaking through his information and Orientation commissioner Donald Ojogo in Akure, the governor said that the deputy governor “is a threat to good governance in the state.
“You cannot hand over government to someone who has left governance, or handover the rein of government to someone who attempted to pull down the government.^
According to him, “The deputy governor has since left our party and has since left governance, even though he has not left government.”
”Except for those who have the opportunity to witness what we are seeing in Ondo state, one may be tempted to say that was the height or nothing could surpass the level of treachery but what we are seeing today represents the fact what Omoboriowo did in 1983 was a child play compare to what Agboola Ajayi is doing now.”
The Commissioner said that the Governor would not transmit power to his defected deputy, Hon Agboola Ajayi despite his COVID-19 status.

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