Industrialist Tasks Mimiko


An industrialist and prominent indigene of Oka Akoko, Ondo State, Prince Olusegun  Ologbese has frowned at the exclusion of indigenes of the town in the various political  appointments made by Governor Olusegun Mimiko since coming to office in 2009.

Prince Ologbese, who is also the Chairman of Ogbese International Limited, described as  sad the inability of Dr. Mimiko to include Oka indigenes in his cabinet.

He appealed to the governor to correct this anomaly as quickly as possible because  indigenes of the town closely identified with him during his struggle to reclaim his  mandate and had been supporting all his programmes.

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Prince Ologbese also called on the governor to revisit the case of the suspended Chairman  of Akoko South West Local Government, Mr. Charles Akinniyi, who was alleged to have  misappropriated a huge sum of money belonging to the council.

”If it is true that the council chairman was ordered to refund N11 million by the  state’s House of Assembly Committee on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, instead  of the N15 million he allegedly pledged to return, the state government should intervene  in the matter and ensure that the money was paid into the council’s account,” he said.

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