Akeredolu Denies Reporting Mimiko To EFCC


Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has debunked social media reports that he had concluded plans to drag his predecessor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).


 By Osagie Otabor, Akure



Akeredolu said he never threatened to expose Mimiko, whom he described as a friend of over four decades to the EFCC.

The Ondo governor described the reports as untrue, puerile and utterly mischievous.

He said it was a cleverly laid path for two friends to engage in needless mudslinging.

The Ondo Governor who spoke through is Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo, said it was not his desire “to travel such pernicious path typical of those who have taken the route of perfidy for sake of their political ambitions.

“We have since wished them well even in their self-inflicted tears of treachery and betrayal. Clearly too, the former governor, in Governor Akeredolu’s view, is well acquainted with the antecedents of those who have chosen to embrace any straw, including those they had mindlessly plotted against in the past, to keep their waning political comfort zones afloat.

“Nonetheless, while Governor Akeredolu has nothing against his friend and predecessor, he has chosen to allow posterity to intercede and interpret the roles of men in whatever form. In this regard, the friendship of the duo shall remain unaffected by the current political permutations, alignments and realignment, however impotently strange. Governor Akeredolu shall maintain that cordiality even in the face of opportunism.”

[The Nation]

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