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Governor Akeredolu declares work free day on Friday in Ondo state

by Mustapha Olamide
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Executive Governor of Ondo State of Ondo State, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN has announced Friday as a workfree day for workers in the State’s Public Service.

It was reported by oyogist.com that the Governor’s choice goes ahead the impact points of the governorship political election planned for Saturday, October 10.

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As per the lead representative in an announcement gave by the Commissioner for Information and Orientation, the free work day was “affirmed as such to empower workers to have sufficient opportunity to leave on satisfactory measures pointed toward setting themselves up for the Election.

This incorporates fundamental outings by workers to zones where they are enrolled to project their votes.

The Governor likewise exhorted qualified citizens to be decent all through the time of the activity.

“They are similarly urged to exploit the satisfactory safety efforts previously set up to practice their democratic rights with no dread of badgering, terrorizing and attack.

“Governor Akeredolu wishes all partners, particularly our laborers in the Public Service, good luck as they practice their municipal duty.”

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