Spin-off of the COVID-19 status of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State, his representative, Agboola Ajayi has encouraged his supervisor to do the needful by giving over to him as acting governor.
On June 30, Akeredolu had started self-confinement after he was affirmed COVID-19 positive demanding that he will even now be rewarding and taking care of documents.
Ajayi, who gave his supervisor 21 days final proposal, expressed that Akeredolu’s COVID-19 status, which returned positive meant that he is debilitated.
Akeredolu had on Friday depicted his appointee as a danger to administration in the state accentuating that Ajayi no longer has a place with the APC and administration in the state focusing on that it is a non issue that he should handover administration to Ajayi.
Review that on June 21, 2020, Ajayi left the APC following a very long time of cold relationship with his chief, after which he picked the enrollment card of the PDP.
Not long after his abdication from APC, the Deputy Governor revealed that he won’t leave office, focusing on that the individuals who gave him the command didn’t request that he leave as agent representative.
According to the deputy governor who spoke through his Media Adviser, Allen Sowore emphasized that “it should be noted, that Mr Governor is at liberty to handover or not within 21 days after which the constitution becomes operational.
“Ostensibly, the refusal and failure of Mr Governor to handover the running of government to his deputy while he is temporarily incapacitated in self-isolation underscore his absolute disregard for our nation’s supreme document, 1999 Constitution (as amended) as well as the tenets of rule of law. The Governor’s position is a spite on the Ondo State people and a direct assault on the provisions of the constitution which he swore to uphold.”