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Don’t Mount Pressures On My Commissioners – Akeredolu

By Damilola Adeyemo

AKURE – The Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu has on Monday said people of Ondo state not to put unnecessary pressure on all his commissioners and other aides, capable of distracting them while serving in the present administration.

In a statement, Akeredolu said “We shall be demanding extreme diligence. We will not condone mischief and all acts which mock decency. We will sanction disloyalty with dispatch.”

He further stated “Don’t mount pressures on these commissioners and even if you will mount pressures ,mount them on finance and works (ministries).

“All of us should rather support them all because they need us at this time. They need your prayers so that this journey that you are starting with us ,they will be able to finish with us.” according Akeredolu.

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