Ondo State Governor Rumored to Return to Germany for Medical Checkups

Speculations Surround Ondo Governor’s Health

There is a growing buzz of speculation surrounding the health of the Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, amid suggestions that he may soon return to Germany for further medical checkups.

Since his return from a medical vacation, the Governor has reportedly remained at his residence in Ibadan, where he continues to receive treatment.

Opposition Parties Call for Action

Opposition parties in the state have not been silent on the matter, calling on Governor Akeredolu to either resign from office or return to take charge of the state’s affairs.

Despite these calls, there has been no tangible response from the Governor, leading to further concerns.

PDP Protests Governor’s Absence

The situation has escalated to the point where the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) staged a protest against the Governor’s absence on Monday.

This protest highlights the growing unease and desire for clarity regarding the Governor’s health and the governance of Ondo State.

A Source’s Insight

An anonymous source with knowledge of the situation shared some information, stating, “Governor Akeredolu may be traveling back to Germany to continue with his treatment.

He’s expected back fully mid-next month, which is when he will resume his full duties in the state.” This insight implies that the Governor’s absence may continue for a while longer.

Governor’s Aide Denies Speculations

In contrast to the speculations, an aide to the Governor vehemently denied them, asserting that Governor Akeredolu is in good health and has no intention of returning to Germany for further medical treatment.

The aide contended that the reports are false and suggested they are part of an effort to discredit the Governor.

The aide also expressed confidence in the Governor’s ability to actively participate in the upcoming elections, dispelling any doubts about his involvement in the electoral process.

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