Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, has opened up on his experience in office as the state number citizen since 2017.
Akeredolu was sworn in as governor on February 24, 2017.
<p>“lt has been a great challenge; it was expected that it will take its toll but, by and large, I think I have enjoyed my one year”, he told Vanguard.</p> <p>“I have tried to run the government with the ease that it deserves.</p> <p>“It is not what I carried on my head; it is not a matter of life and death. I will do my bit and, when I am through, others will continue the work.”</p> <p>On the state of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Akeredolu said, under him, the party has been allowed to exercise its independence.</p> <p>“The governor is a member of the party, but it doesn’t mean he is above the party.</p> <p>“Of course, a party in government will have more people and we are frightened at a time on how to manage the influx and continue without a robust opposition.</p> <p>“The structure is solid under the leadership of Engr. Ade Adetimehin. We are solidly on the ground and, with God on our side, we are going to be here for a long time to come.”</p> <br />