Governor Akeredolu Residency Sparks Heated Political Battle
The return of Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, from a medical leave and his subsequent stay in Ibadan, Oyo State, has ignited a fierce political feud between the state’s ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the opposition party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Akeredolu’s decision to remain in Ibadan instead of immediately returning to Ondo State has raised eyebrows. The PDP has seized this opportunity to question his fitness for office, suggesting that he hastily returned to avoid potential impeachment proceedings.
In response, the APC has accused the PDP of harboring ill intentions towards the governor, insinuating that they want to see him removed from office. They have called on the opposition to engage in constructive criticism instead of engaging in political mudslinging.
The PDP has also raised concerns about the governor’s decision to upgrade his Ibadan residence, even replicating the executive council chambers. This has raised questions about the governor’s commitment to governing Ondo State.
In the midst of this political turmoil, Deputy Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa has denied rumors of his resignation, reaffirming his dedication to serving his full term.
As the political clash escalates in Ondo State, the state’s future remains uncertain, with both major parties locked in a battle of words.
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