The Ondo State government has dismissed allegations that the signature of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu is being forged by certain individuals in an attempt to embezzle funds from the state treasury.
The denial comes in response to the online circulation of two documents bearing purportedly different signatures of Governor Akeredolu, raising concerns about the authenticity of his signature. Ademola-Olateju, addressing journalists after the meeting chaired by Deputy Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa, emphasized that there is no evidence of signature forgery.
During the meeting, Governor Akeredolu’s son, Babajide, who serves as the Director General of the Performance and Project Implementation and Monitoring Unit (PPIMU), was also in attendance.
Ademola-Olateju reiterated that files sent to the governor returned without any variance, maintaining that there is no attempt to forge the governor’s signature for financial gain. He emphasized that the Executive Council is committed to the progress of Ondo State and called on purveyors of fake news on social media to refrain from spreading misinformation.
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