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Ondo elections: Gov Akeredolu replies Oke on be offering to step down

The Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, has rubbished claims through Leader Olusola Oke, one of the crucial governorship aspirants of the All Progressives Congress (APC) within the state, that he approached him to step down forward of the elections.

Oke made the remarks after filing his nomination and declaration of hobby bureaucracy in Abuja.

In keeping with the debatable Team spirit Discussion board candidate, he has been “achieving out” to Akeredolu, to take a look at and persuade him to step down.

Then again, Akeredolu’s Senior Particular Assistant on Particular Tasks and Technique, Doyin Odebowale, on Saturday mentioned Oke made such observation to draw sympathy.

Odebowale mentioned: “It’s laughable to look a person who rejoined the APC after struggling essentially the most crushing defeat within the remaining gubernatorial election within the state, boast of his political stature necessitating exigent intervention.

“It’s unhappy certainly that the person who alleged that he misplaced the gubernatorial primaries in 2016 on account of phantom 300 votes allegedly given to an opponent and the eventual winner may just now not use his recognition to win on every other political platform, the moribund Alliance for Democracy, (AD), resuscitated to advertise treachery.”

Odebowale added that not like Akeredolu who gained the 2016 election, Oke best “flaunts some specious credentials of carrier gained in two native govt spaces in 2012 and 2016.”

He then made it transparent Akeredolu will likely be searching for the improve of the folk of Ondo State to serve once more.

Governor Akeredolu is recently convalescing from COVID-19 and has insisted he is not going to surrender to his deputy, Agboola Ajayi.

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