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April 16, 2024
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Pre-dated Resignation: No evidence of Tinubu’s order to Aiyedatiwa —Oladunni insists

The Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Ondo State, Hon Moyosola Niran Oladunni has challenged those who were at the peace meeting with President Bola Tinubu over Governor Rotimi Akeredolu and Lucky Aiyedatiwa feud to produce evidence where the president ordered ‘pre-dated resignation’ of the Deputy governor.

In an interview, Oladunni emphasized that the people of the state can no longer be taken for fools by some cabals in the government, which they derived joy and happiness in the health challenge of the governor, thereby praying for the worse.

“Time has come to tell the cabals who feel they are wiser than the entire people of the state to produce the video and the evidences where Mr President has ordered for the resignation of the Deputy governor, Lucky Aiyedatiwa.”

The Philanthropist, Oladunni said further that, the people of the state will no longer take or accept the “drama” being scripted and acted by some enemies of the people and of the state.

“It must be made known to the enemies of the state – the cabals, that the ,ondo state people are now running out of patients, allowing scripted and acted films to be played any longer.”

Oladunni therefore, urged the security operatives to rise to their duties most especially, the agencies in charge of financial misappropriation to deem their search lights into the alleged forgery of Akeredolu’s signature and other financial rascality that have taken place in the state in recent time.

“I call on the agencies saddled with the responsibility of beaming search light on enemies of the state, who have siphoned and deep hands into the state treasury since the absence of Mr Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu ” he said

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