Akeredolu must stay Strong to defeat Coronavirus —Eyitayo

By: Oluwatosin Adesola

A leading 2020 Governorship Aspirant on the platform of the PDP and first runner up in the 2016 gubernatorial polls in Ondo state, Mr Eyitayo Jegede (SAN) has urged Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu to stay strong after he was tested positive to COVID-19 pandemic.

In a press statement, Jegede wishes the governor full and quick recovery.

This is just as the state Deputy Governor, Agboola Ajayi warned people against playing politics with the health challenge of the governor and wishes him quick recovery.

The PDP Aspirant enjoins Akeredolu to continue to draw strength from the unbending will of shared humanity to defeat the scourge.

Read the full text of the three paragraphs statement;

MR. GOVERNOR, PLEASE STAY STRONG

This afternoon, the Governor of our Dear State, Arakunrin Rotimi Akeredolu, SAN reported that he tested positive to the rampaging #COVID19. At this period my prayers are with the Governor.

As I wish him full and speedy recovery, I enjoin Arakunrin to continue to draw strength from the unbending will of our shared humanity to defeat this scourge.

Please stay strong.

Eyitayo Jegede, SAN
30th June, 2020.

PRESS STATEMENT

DON’T PLAY POLITICS WITH AKEREDOLU’S HEALTH STATUS —Agboola

Ondo State Deputy Governor, His Excellency Agboola Ajayi receives the news that the Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN tests positive for the Coronavirus with great empathy and compassion. He is reliefed by the disclosure of Mr Governor that he’s asymptomatic and feeling good in the self isolation.

The Deputy Governor urges all the good people of Ondo State to pray for Mr Governor’s quickest recovery and general wellbeing. Health is not something to play politics with and as such craves the cooperation of all at this period.

It’s our fervent prayer that the Governor will overcome this to continue to pilot the affairs of the State for the progress and prosperity of all.

God bless Ondo State.

Comrade Allen Sowore
Media Adviser to the Deputy Governor
30th June, 2020

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