Forget overseas training, Akeredolu tells Ondo workers – Daily Trust

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Ondo state Governor , Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu  has said that his government will not send Ondo workers overseas for training because of scarcity of funds but promised to ensure they go for such training within the country.

He disclosed this during the tenth year memorial lecture of late former governor of Ondo state ,Chief Adebayo Adefarati  in Akure, the Ondo state capital.

He stressed that the topic: “Justice and fairness as panacea for peace” is necessary  at this time,  as most Nigerians  are not having  faith and believe  in the Project Nigeria.

The governor described the late Adefarati as a legend who sees beyond his time at addressing fundamental issues like clamouring for sovereign national conference and the development of the Niger Delta.

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