Akeredolu hails Tinubu @65, inspects Ondo-Ekiti properties in Lagos

Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN)has described the All Progressives Congress(APC)stalwart,Asiwaju Bola Tinubu as a rare patriot whose contributions to human capacity is worthy of emulation.



Speaking at the 9th Asiwaju Tinubu Colloquim in Lagos, Akeredolu rejoiced with the former Lagos Governor for his accomplishments in life particularly for Lagos and Nigeria as a whole.



The governor said“Tinubu is an untiring leader who believes in pursuing a worthy course,which every politician should emulate.



According to him,the colloquim with the theme“make it in Nigeria-use what we make,make what we use”was very apt at this time Nigeria is in dire need of other means of revenue resources to get out of the recession.



The governor has undertaken an inspection tour of the state government properties in Lagos with a promise to make optimal use of government resources for the development of the state and its citizenry.



The tour took Akeredolu to Ajose Adeogun in Victoria Inland, Oduduwa House opposite the Bar Beach, Anike  Court owned by Ondo  and Ekiti States and the Governor’s Lodge which also houses  Ondo State Liaison Office in Lagos.



A statement by the Press Officer(PO)Governor’s Office, Bode Akinwumi said the tour created mixed feelings to  Akeredolu.



It said “While the governor was happy that the property at Ajose Adeogun  was being productively used and the Anike Court being partially used, he expressed disappointment at the level of dilapidation of the Oduduwa house and decried the state of neglect of the Governor’s Lodge at Parkview Estate in Ikoyi



Akeredolu described as pitiable the long neglect of properties owned by Ondo State Government.



The governor pointed out that, some of the properties would be renovated and put on productive use while some would be handed over to developers.



While promising to make the best use of the properties, Akeredolu, said no government property or resources would be allowed to waste away under his watch. eyes.




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