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Civil servants are cautioned by Aiyedatiwa not to get involved in party politics

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Ondo State’s governor, Lucky Aiyedatiwa, has cautioned state employees from getting involved in party politics in the run-up to the state’s governorship election.

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Aiyedatiwa insisted that lawmakers shouldn’t view the upcoming polls as a battlefield or a “do-or-die affair,” given that the election is scheduled for November 16, 2024.

Aiyedatiwa made this revelation on Tuesday at the state’s annual prayer ceremony, which is held to commemorate the start of the first working day of the year.

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The governor went on to say that since maintaining the state’s calm is non-negotiable, the regulations must be followed.

“This is an election year; let everyone know that the election is not a do-or-die situation and the state’s peace is not negotiable.”

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In the meanwhile, the governor announced that health workers will be hired in order to fill the holes in the state’s healthcare system.

He emphasized that the recruiting had previously received approval, even though he said the policy would boost the state’s health sector and that the open positions will be filled.

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The governor thanked organized labor for its support and the state’s public employees for their steadfast collaboration with the administration.

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