PPIMU: Akeredolu Blasts PDP After Opposition Party’s Criticism

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Governor Rotimi Akeredolu
  • PPIMU: Akeredolu Blasts PDP After Opposition Party’s Criticism

  • The PDP had accused the governor of turning governing in the state into a family affair following the nomination of the governor’s son as DG, PPIMU.

EKO HOT BLOG reports that Ondo State Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has slammed the state chapter of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, over its objection to his son, Babajide, being appointed Director-General, Performance and Project Implementation Monitoring Unit, PPIMU.

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Akeredolu justified his actions, claiming that his son earned the position based on his ability to complete assignments.

The PDP had accused the governor of turning governing in the state into a family affair following the nomination of the governor’s son as DG, PPIMU.

According to the governor in a statement issued by his Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo, Akeredolu was not the first governor to give an appointment to his son.

Ojogo maintained that PDP was only intimidated by the arrays of those within the governor’s cabinet.

“When Jang appointed his son, Yakubu as a commissioner in Plateau, it was okay for them; what about Okowa who did it in Delta? When their Principal’s brothers in Ondo literally did all appointments while they held sway, it was okay. We can only enjoy their gallery-looking dance. They are hypocritical aside from being saddened by their antecedents,” he said.

“This young man has been doing a lot behind scenes in the last five years plus, to enhance good governance. He has demonstrated enough capacity in many respects. Time will tell as we sail along in full steam.

“I think the problem PDP has is the fact of apparent intimidation that a very sound and balanced second term cabinet has berthed.”

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