I remain loyal to Gov. Akeredolu – deputy governor 

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Akure, Sept. 12, 2023 – Lucky Aiyedatiwa, the Ondo State Deputy Governor, says he remains loyal to the State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu.

Aiyedatiwa, who acted as the state governor for some months while Akeredolu was away abroad on health reason, said his loyalty was in spite of efforts by some mischievous politicians to cause disaffection between them.

The deputy governor said this on Tuesday in a statement issued by Kenneth Odusola-Stevenson, his Spokesman.

In the statement, Aiyedatiwa alleged that there were reports about his purported disloyalty to his boss which were lies aimed at causing disaffection between him and the governor.

“We need to remind the public that this is a continuation of the blackmail started by these same characters some months ago, with false stories planted in some media outlets against the deputy governor.

“However, since those lies did not yield the result they envisaged, the blackmailers have returned with fake stories about disloyalty aimed at causing disaffection between him and the governor.

“These faceless individuals who have been hiding their identities because what they are putting out are pure fabrications, are being sponsored by those who are threatened by the profile of the deputy governor, his relationship with his boss, and the goodwill he enjoys with the people.

“Many stakeholders have commended the deputy governor for the way he handled state affairs while he was Acting Governor, despite all his detractors did to provoke him into taking drastic actions. He avoided their booby traps and they tripped on their own banana peels.”

“Now that Mr. Governor is back and has started working, the deputy governor remains calm and committed to the duties of his office and unruffled by the lies of desperate politicians and their agents.

“The deputy governor remains loyal to his principal and no amount of fabricated lies will change that.” (GBN)  

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