#Forged Signature: Defeated hopes, dashed expectations ‘re reasons for your outburst, Akeredolu replies deputy

The governor of Ondo State, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN has described the allegation that he planned to forge resignation letter of his deputy as an outburst of a ‘politically minimised egocentric being’.

The deputy governor had through his media aide indicted the governor of a Purported plan to forge his signature to tender resignation letter.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner for Information and , Mr. Donald Ojogo who responded on behalf of the Governor said:

“Ordinarily, it should be the height of insensitivity to decipate energy on whatever the ZLP candidate may have said in respect of the above subject matter.

“Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, will rather deepen efforts as regards the current National Concern of youths protests.

“All the same, one does not expect anything less from a thoroughly beaten and politically minimized egocentric being. The circumstances feeding his outburst are clearly understood.

“Defeated hopes, dashed expectations and fast-lane victims are very potent kickers and shadow boxers. One rather expects a ruptured false package to have a sober reflection in order to forge ahead than engage in further perdition.

“This is not the first time he would unveil untruths, not only about others, but about himself too. Forgery cannot, and has never been part of this Government.

“The signature of anyone is too insignificant to be forged. It’s not in the character of Mr Governor or anyone in the Government he heads. It is left for Agboola Ajayi to place his conscience before the Moral Square as far as the claim about his position as deputy governor is concerned.

“Those whose identities are shrouded in such vices as forgery, perjury and made-up inadequacies are already some distance away from the Government led by Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu, SAN. They know themselves”.

Published by WonderLady

Journalist, Educationist, Writer, Human Rights Advocate

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