I’m not Lobbying For Tenure Elongation-Ondo Accountant-General

Ondo State Accountant-General, Mr Laolu Akindolie has dispelled rumour making round the state that, he was lobbying for tenure elongation, saying such statement was coming from the imagination of fitfth columnist.

Mr Laolu is bill to retire from the service of the state on the 16th of January, 2021.
It was alleged that the Head of Service, Mr Dare Aragbaiye is the brain behind the tenure extention for the Accountant-General.

With the rumour, there is anxiety in the Ondo state Civil service as some senior workers in the State have concluded plans to shut down the state if the Governor Akeredolu-led administration extend Akindolie’s tenure.

Speaking with some top civil servants in the state, they called for an end to tenure extension in the state saying such bureaucratic malfeasance is affecting smooth operation of governance in the state.

Akindolie was alleged to be involved in high handedness, non challant attitude to the payment of workers salary among others.

Reacting to the allegation, the Accountant General dismissed the peddling rumour, saying he had written his handing over note.

According to him, “I have already done my handing over note, lobbying is not my style. I didn’t lobby to become Accountant General talk less of extension”.

“My personal belongings are no longer in the office, civil service is all about retirement. Extension of service is not in my own language.”

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