Oke has no pact with Akeredolu - Campaign organisation

Oke has no pact with Akeredolu - Campaign organisation

- Olusola has denied having a pact with Governor Akeredolu

- Senator Borroffice had alleged that the Ondo state governorship aspirant has a pact with Akeredolu

- According to Oke, the allegations raised by Senator Boroffice has no truth in it

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As the race for the governorship seat in Ondo seat heats up, Chief Olusola Oke, a governorship aspirant in the All Progressives Congress (APC) has denied entering a pact with Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu ahead of the party’s primaries in July.

Senator Ajayi Boroffice who is also a governorship aspirant had alleged that Oke had plans to step down for Akeredolu a week before the party primary.

In return, he alleged that Akeredolu would hand over to Oke.

Oke has no pact with Akeredolu - Campaign organisation

According to Oke, the allegations raised by Senator Boroffice has no truth in it. Credit: Twitter
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Oke disclosed this through the head of the Oke Campaign Organisation, Rotimi Ogunleye.

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According to him, the allegations raised by Senator Boroffice has no truth in it.

“Oke is a man of strong character with traceable history of loyalty to his commitment. He has never betrayed the struggle of his people ever since he joined politics. His word is his bond.

“Let it be known to the respected senator and unsuspecting public therefore that Chief Oke has no pact whatsoever with Governor Akeredolu," he said.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that in a surprising discovery, the Ondo state government claimed it has uncovered N4.3bn kept in a secret account for more than 10 years.

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According to Donald Ojogo, Ondo commissioner for Information and Orientation, the money was lodged in a third-generation bank without due process.

He disclosed that the account was uncovered through vigilance and discrete financial intelligence of the commissioner for finance, Wale Akinterinwa who stumbled on the account in question and promptly reported the deposited fund, The Nation reports.

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We recall that at inception of this administration, concerted efforts were made to take a comprehensive inventory of all assets and liabilities of Government which include liquidity status.

“This exercise, modestly conducted without the usual noise, was aimed at avoiding sensationalization and needless acrimony. In this regard, all development partners of the government, including Banks rendered highly commendable forms of assistance."

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