South Western APC Youth Condemn An ultimatum from the PDP to Akeredolu

The Southwest region’s APC youth wing has criticized its PDP counterparts for issuing an ultimatum to Governor of Ondo State Oluwarotimi Akeredolu to return to the state from his residence in Ibadan.

Yesterday, a group of APC youths converged on Akure, the state capital, and announced that Governor Rotimi Akeredolu will be returning shortly. They also denied that there is a power vacuum in the state.

During a news conference, Comrade Kolade Lawal, the regional youth leader of the party, emphasized that Akeredolu’s departure from the state was for the express purpose of rest and recuperation.

On Monday, Akeredolu was issued a three-day ultimatum to return to the state or resign from office by the PDP’s youth wing.

In a few days, he (Akeredolu) will be here, but not because of what the opposition parties have threatened. The government of Ondo state has no unpaid wage obligations. The governor is currently in Ibadan. He needs to get some sleep.

Governance activities are ongoing. He is making a speedy recovery. The Obas and other organizations met with him via Zoom. He’s been chatting it up with the locals.

We expect him to make a full recovery and be back with us in no time. Even God, in the creation narrative, understood the value of a day of rest and renewal.

That even leaders are subject to the difficulties of flesh and blood is demonstrated by Governor Akeredolu’s decision to seek rest and change his customary work schedule to allow him to fully recuperate.

Remember the days when Mr. Governor fought for us. When herdsmen went on a killing rampage in the Southwest, he remained firm and defended Ondo State and the region. He has stood firm as a rock and spoken up for the helpless. We owe him this level of respect and confidence. He has led the team all season long,” he remarked.

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