Ondo State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mr. Yemi Olowolabi, has said that civil servants in the state couldn’t have alleged that the governor walked out on them during Friday’s meeting with the labour union.
He said the civil servants are responsible people who have seen Governor Akeredolu as a listening leader who is always ready to rekindle their hope.
Olowolabi said the rumour that Akeredolu walked out on the labour union was sponsored by mischief makers who were bent on ruining the robust and cordial relationship between the governor and the state civil servants.
The commissioner said: “Labour leaders are intelligent and cerebral. So, they always engage in constructive and rewarding discussions with the governor. This creates rooms for constructive engagements between them.”
Olowolabi stated this today, Monday October 22, 2018 during the weekly Radio programme titled “Media Parley” on private radio station in Akure.
On the contentious Paris Club refund, Olowolabi cleared the air. He said the state had yet to receive the money.
According to him, the governor will not relent in his commitment to the welfare of the workers.