This is contained in a statement issued in Akure by his Chief Press Secretary, Richard Olatunde.
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Akeredolu, on the sidelines of the thanksgiving ceremony for the celebration of the 87th birthday of Igbinedion praised the celebrant for touching lives in different sectors.
Mr Steve Otaloro, the Director of Media and Publicity of APC in the state, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Akure.
NSITF’s Regional Manager, Mrs Toyin Emeordi made the call when she paid a courtesy visit to Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu on Monday in Akure.
Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu made the appeal when he received on Wednesday the National President of NACCIMA, Mr Ide Udeagbala, and other officers at the Government House, Akure, ahead of the association’s quarterly meeting.
A statement by Richard Olatunde, the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, in Akure quoted the governor as saying Omolafe’s death was too difficult to accept.
Akeredolu, who called for calm in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Richard Olatunde, said an unconfirmed number of deaths have been recorded while some persons were severely injured in the said attack.
The Governor spoke in his office on Wednesday while playing host to the new Commanding Officer, Federal Fire Service, Ondo State Command, Architect Antigha Martins, and his team.
Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu had informed labour leaders that borrowing to augment payment of salaries was no longer sustainable, hence the payment of half salaries to state workers.
He said as the highest court in the land, the court’s decision has finally laid to rest the dispute and litigation over the election.
Spokesman for Ondo APC, Alex Kalejaiye, was reacting to Wednesday’s Supreme Court ruling, which threw out Jegede’s appeal challenging judgments of the lower courts over the outcome of last year’s governorship election.
Justice Inyang Ekwo, who gave the order while delivering a judgment in the suit brought by the CJ against Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, and others, described the move to probe the embattled judge as “unconstitutional and illegal.”
This was disclosed by the Head of Service, Pastor Adeniran Adeyemo, in Akure while flagging off the 2021 promotion exercise for the qualified teachers at the headquarters of the State Teaching Service Commission.
The three-man panel of justices led by Theresa Ngolika Orji-Abadua, ruled after counsel to Jegede, Oyeachi Ikpeazu, SAN, argued that the sitting governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, was “not properly nominated” by his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), and so should be sacked.
Akeredolu made the submission at the Akure Centre of the South West Zonal Public Hearing, organised by the House of Representatives Special Committee on Constitution Review.
Governor Akeredolu who said he supported the resolutions reached at the meeting, attributed his absence to lack of timeous communication.
Malami was quoted to have said that the ban on open grazing was akin to banning all spare parts dealers in the Northern parts of the country and therefore unconstitutional.
Akeredolu also barred Chief Ogunye Idowu and Chief Sunday Bada to stop parading themselves as Olokoja of Okoja.
Aiyedatiwa made this known on Thursday in a statement made available to newsmen by Oladipupo Okunniga, Special Assistant to the Governor on New Media.
This is contained in a statement made available to newsmen on Thursday in Akure by Richard Olatunde, Chief Press Secretary to the Governor.