Regardless of being in self-isolation after contracting Coronavirus, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State has mentioned that he will not hand over the governance of the state to his deputy, Mr Agboola Ajayi.
Governor Akeredolu had examined constructive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, inflicting nervousness amongst cupboard members.
The governor, who spoke on Friday by the Commissioner for Data within the state, Donald Ojogo, mentioned he would quickly be again to his desk and go forward with the job of governing the state.
He described requires him at hand over management to Ajayi pending the time he would get well from the virus as a “non-issue”.
The governor mentioned his deputy was a risk to governance within the state after defecting from All Progressive Congress to the Peoples Democratic Social gathering.
Akeredolu added that the thought of handing over energy to his deputy must be buried, noting that Ajayi had exhibited traits of a betrayer.
Ojogo mentioned, “Handing over the governance of the state to Agboola is a non-issue and we’re not even contemplating that.
“I do know as a matter of reality no person would wish to try this and if we advise the governor it must be on what foundation?
“He (deputy governor) has created an uncommon state of affairs upon which he wished to climb into the following step in his political ambition and we’ve seen this as a misadventure.
“We can’t toil with what we’ve constructed over time. We can’t danger and try at hand over to somebody who has exhibited the widest state of affairs of betrayal.
“So, it’s unthinkable and unquestionable. If that’s the reason why the deputy governor is sponsoring some write up that the governor should hand over to him, he’s joking and it’s not going to occur.
“Mr Governor is saying COVID-19 will not be a demise sentence and he’s robust sufficient to work.”
He nonetheless, denied that every one authorities actions within the state had been grounded because of the governorâ€™s COVID-19 standing.