- Reports that former Ogun Attorney General Akingbolahan Adeniran resigned due to corruption in Governor Dapo Abiodun’s government has been exposed
- The dismissal of the viral allegations was brought by Adeniran, who was also the state justice commissioner
- Adeniran stated that he left his post for personal reasons, not corruption in the state as erroneously reported
Ogun – The Ogun Attorney General and Justice Commissioner Akingbolahan Adeniran, who recently resigned from his office , responded to allegations that he made the decision based on alleged massive corruption in the state government he resigned for personal reasons and that he knows nothing about the alleged corruption propagated by some online media, Ch. annels TV reports.
Part of his testimony read:
< blockquote> “It is true that on November 8th, 2021 I will send His Excellency Prince Dapo. Having officially notified Abiodun, MFR, the state’s governor, of my decision to resign from the cabinet, I have to say that, unlike the online news releases, my reasons for resignation are purely personal.
“That’s me not known of any ‘massive corruption’ in the administration. ”
I enjoyed working with the Abiodun government
Adeniran added that Having enjoyed every time he worked with Governor Dapo Abiodun in the capacity, Punch added that the government had reached some milestones in delivering justice to the people at different levels.
< p class = "align-left"> He prayed that God will continue to use Governor Abiodun as an instrument to positively influence the lives of the masses and admits that so much was learned during this time.
Se Ine words:
“I really enjoyed working with such a great group of administrators, technocrats and experts in different fields.
” I learned a lot from all of you and I pray that God will continue to use you to improve the lives of the good people in Ogun state. ”
Tension, outcry as the Nigerian governor, deputy and speaker of the House of Representatives are absent from the state
In the meantime, the absence of Governor Abiodun, his deputy Noimot Salako-Oyedele and the spokesman for the Ogun House of Assembly, Olakunle Oluomo, caused serious concern for the state.
Abiodun left the country for the UK to recently pay a courtesy visit to Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu while Salako-Oyedele is said to be in London.
Also should Oluomo fü r be an international conference in the United States of America.