Inauguration: Ondo declares Wednesday work-free day
Ahead of the second term inauguration of Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, the state government, on Tuesday, declared Wednesday, February 24 as a work-free day.
This was contained in a circular issued by the Head of Service, Dare Aragbaiye, and signed by Mr Aderemi Olabode, who said Wednesday has been declared as a work-free day for civil servants across the state.
The statement said the work-free day is predicated on the governor’s swearing ceremony.
Akeredolu will be inaugurated on Wednesday for his second term in office.
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