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Akeredolu still in Germany recovering – Aide

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Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Rotimi Akeredolu is still recuperating in a hospital in Germany, his Chief Press Secretary (CPS), Mr. Richard Olatunde has said.

The governor recently appeared in a viral video, walking in an environment that looks like an airport, as a helicopter was seen behind him, giving the impression that he had returned from his medical leave abroad.

Reacting to the viral video on Sunday, the CPS said the video was not recent as it was recorded during the elections campaign.

Olatunde said: “Our attention has been drawn to a recent video circulating on social media, suggesting the return of Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, CON, from his medical vacation.

“While we acknowledge the eagerness of the people of the state, as well as supporters and well-wishers from both within and outside the country to have the governor back, we want to clarify that Governor Akeredolu is currently in Germany, focused on his full recovery.

“Governor Akeredolu extends his deep appreciation to the citizens of Ondo State for their unwavering prayers and support. Their genuine concern and compassion have been instrumental in aiding his recovery journey”.

Olatunde said the governor would return soon “ to continue executing his administration’s Redeemed Agenda and providing impactful governance.”

“His commitment to delivering positive and lasting development remains steadfast,” Olatunde said, adding that Akeredolu was eagerly looking forward to reuniting with the people of the state.

“He is deeply moved by the outpouring of love and support, and he can’t wait to continue working towards a brighter future for Ondo State”, he said.

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