The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo State has given a three-day ultimatum to Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu to resume office at the Governor’s Office in Akure, or resign.
The youth wing of the party issued the ultimatum on Monday at the party’s secretariat in Akure, Ondo State capital.
Naija News recalls that security operatives attached to the Police, Department of State Services, DSS, and National Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC, had laid siege to the secretariat of the opposition PDP in the early hours of Monday in a bid to stop the youths from protesting.
During the protest, one of the PDP youth leaders, Tayo Oluyi said the state can no longer bear what he described as ‘leadership vacuum’.
Oluyi said, “We are saying Mr Governor must resume back to duty. He can no longer govern us by proxy, we can no longer be hearing that he’s one thing or the other when we’ve not sighted him.
“We know the governor we have, if he’s truly fit, we would have sighted him in the streets of Akure.
“The youth wing of the party is giving Mr Governor the next 24 hours to address the people of Ondo State and we are giving him three days ultimatum to resume back to the state.
“We are giving him three days ultimatum to address us and if he fails, we as the opposition party will occupy the streets of Akure and we will continue to demand that he either resume or resign.”
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