Reports say the resignations are approaching the heels of a round signed by the Governor’s Chief of Staff, Olugbenga Ale.
Six aides of Ondo Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu have resigned their appointments.
According to The Cable, those that resigned are: the Commissioner for agriculture Gboyega Adefarati, Donald Ojogo, lands and housing Commissioner, and Omowumi Olatunji, Women affairs and social welfare.
Others embrace: Timeyin Adelegbe, commissioner for commerce, Victor Olabimtan, particular adviser on rural improvement, and Jibayo Adeyeye, particular adviser on health.
The report says the resignations are approaching the heels of a round signed by the Governor’s Chief of Staff, Olugbenga Ale, asking appointees who've purchased nomination forms for political workplaces to resign.
The round reads: “Following preparations towards the 2019 general elections and subsequent expression of interest of some Executive Council members to contest for political offices, Mr. Governor has directed that any member who has obtained nomination form to contest election into any political office is to put in his/her letter of resignation on or before Monday, 17th September, 2018.”
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Akeredolu made the call on the inauguration of Bambi Farms, a manufacturing unit that produces vegetable oil from palm kernel, at Okeigbo in Odigbo/Okeigbo Local Government Area of Ondo state.