- Ondo State Government Reveals Governor Rotimi Akeledre’s Health
- The governor’s chief press secretary, Richard Olatunde, has clarified that there is no need to be alarmed as the governor is recovering quickly from his health problems.
- Olatunde argued that the governor’s immunity did not include his physical health and that Akeledr was performing his duties as expected.
Pay attention: Check out precisely selected news for you ➡️ Find “Recommended for you” Block it on the homepage and enjoy!
Akure Ondo – Ondo Governor Rotimi Akeredor cleared the air about health conditions on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
The governor’s health condition has fueled some unrest in the state, but a statement from Akeredor’s chief press secretary, Richard Olatunde, clarified that there was no cause for alarm, reported This Day. .
Ondo Government Reveals Governor Rotimi Akeledre’s True Health Status
Olatunde assured the good people of Ondo and the entire Nigerian people that the governor’s condition was good and that there was no need to be alarmed.
The statement clarified that the state cannot hide people’s feelings and concerns, but said that by the grace of God there was no need to worry about Akeledor’s health.
Olatunde clarified that the Governor-General is no different from other humans, but added that the Governor-General is recovering quickly from his health problems.
Rotimi Akeredolu, Ondo Province, APC, Election Update 2023
Here are some of the statements:
“Health problems are not uncommon, as the governor is not superhuman, and the immunity his office enjoys falls short of physical health and such.”
The statement further alleges that the governor’s health is contrary to popular speculation and innuendo as Akeledl continues to perform his duties as expected.
Akeredolu decides to banish two traditional rulers and explains why
Legit.ng Earlier, Ondo governor Rotimi Akeredor said his government would oust two traditional rulers in the state if supporters continued to clash.
The governor said this following ongoing joint clashes in the town that recently left five people dead and many others injured.
The state commissioner for information and orientation, Bamidele Ademolla Orateju, said the government made the decision after a state executive meeting in the state capital, Acre.