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Ondo Gov’t suspends civil servant for spreading rumour of Gov. Akeredolu’s death

Ondo Gov?t suspends civil servant for spreading rumour of Gov. Akeredolu?s death

Ondo state authorities has suspended a civil servant for reportedly spreading faux information concerning the demise of the governor, Rotimi Akeredolu.

Pastor John Adeyemo, the Head of Service disclosed this in an announcement however did not disclose the Identity of the civil servant.

In keeping with him, “the disciplinary measure was based mostly on the demise hearsay being peddled concerning the Governor.

Adeyemo mentioned the civil servant in query has been suspended and his title forwarded to the Civil Service Commission for applicable punishment.

He additionally mentioned “the officer posted the faux information on his Fb account, such unhealthy behaviour wouldn’t be condoned in authorities.

The Head of Service, nevertheless, steered “extreme sanctions in opposition to purveyors of such faux information to function a deterrent to others, such faux information creates problems within the society.

Adeyemo, expressed pleasure that the governor is again to the nation hale and hearty, noting that ” God has shamed the hearsay mongers and their sponsors.

“By the way, I called Mr. Governor a day earlier than the hearsay and we spoke and chatted. So, after I heard the faux information I was disturbed and was like who is that this fellow carrying this horrible hearsay I knew Mr. Governor was alive and with vigour. So, by no means believed it.

Over the weekend, there have been widespread rumours that Akeredolu had died in a German hospital.

Mr. Akeredolu later appeared in a brief video to discredit the hearsay, singing and dancing to show that he was hale and hearty. He has since arrived in Nigeria from Germany the place he had gone on ‘trip’.

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