Ajayi Betrayed My Trust, Despite All My Support For Him — Akeredolu

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Ondo state Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has expressed his disappointment with the attitude of  his deputy governor, Agboola Ajayi, describing him as a betrayal and non trustworthy person.

Akeredolu stated this while featuring on a radio programme of the Ondo State Radiovision Corporation (OSRC), in Akure, the state capital.

The Govenor said, he gave his Ajayi free hand to operate by ensuring that he was well paid  to make him comfortable in office. He said  despite giving him a widely opened room to operate freely, his deputy stabbed at the back

According to Akeredolu, he said despite all warnings from different quarters against entrust Ajayi with power, he did everything to make him comfortable.

He said, “Agboola Ajayi does not want to wait for his time. I made him comfortable, I asked him to represent me in so many places but some people were warning me, I said they should leave him alone.

”No deputy governor has collected what he was collecting in the history of the state. I gave him N13million monthly, his predecessors did not collect as much as that. 

”No deputy governor collects as much as that in Nigeria. I gave him enough room to operate yet he betrayed me.”

Akeredolu however, said as a Christian, he was ready to forgive all his detractors, saying he would not begrudge anyone.

Speaking on the October 10 governorship election, Akeredolu expressed confidence in God that he would be re-elected, saying his performance in all the sectors in the state would earn him the victory at the election .

”We have been doing our best for this state, all the abandoned projects of the past administration have been completed. 

“We have rehabilitated and constructed over 700 primary schools in this state. We have improved our education system.

”We have received a loan to complete abandoned Owena Water Project, we will do it . 

“We are also working five dams, there are so many things in our plans to do for the state,” Akeredolu concluded.

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