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24 July 2014

President Goodluck Jonathan and a former Central Bank Governor, Lamido Sanusi, on Wednesday met for the first time since he (Sanusi) became the Emir of Kano. The former CBN boss was one of the

23 July 2014

President Goodluck Jonathan Tuesday in Abuja reassured the Chibok community that his Administration is doing everything humanly possible to rescue the over 200 girls abducted from a college there

22 July 2014

Two men—one pilot and a technician—were killed in the Nigerian Air Force Mi-35 helicopter crash in Bama, Borno State yesterday, Nigeria’s military authorities said this last night.  A statement by

22 July 2014

President Goodluck Jonathan is currently meeting with parents of the schoolgirls abducted from Chibok, Borno State on April 14 behind closed-doors. Those who are attending the meeting holding

22 July 2014

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan said Monday in Abuja that the notion that the Federal Government has not been doing enough to find and rescue the abducted Chibok girls, is very wrong and

22 July 2014

The Nigerian Army on Monday, vowed to retake Damboa village in Borno State, allegedly taken over by the Boko Haram sect. Speaking during a security briefing in Abuja, the Director of Defence

22 July 2014

European Union foreign ministers are gathering in Brussels to discuss imposing further sanctions on Russia in the wake of the downing of flight MH17.

Pro-Russian separatists have been

16 July 2014

Nigerian police have arrested a man claiming to be Boko Haram's "chief butcher" in an area identified as the Balmo Forest of northeastern Nigeria.

16 July 2014

The Chairman of the Victims Support Fund, Lt.-Gen. Theophilus Danjuma (retd.), on Wednesday said members of the committee would not visit Sambisa Forest believed to be one of the strongholds of

15 July 2014

A number of resolutions have emanated from the conference. How beneficial has the confab been and would be to Nigerians?

 For me, the Confab has been worth our while. It is

15 July 2014

The Adamawa State House of Assembly in Yola has impeached the state Governor Murtala Nyako on the premise that the governor is


Ondo State Governor, Dr Olusegun Mimiko And His wife Olukemi
And Others At The Presentation Of Relief Aaterials To
Flood Victims At Ilu-Agbo community, in Ese-Odo Local Government area,
On Tuesday 22-09-2014.


"I Will Work For You!


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Mimiko’s Caring Heart for Transformation of Ondo State


Vision: To make Ondo State the best-administered State in Nigeria and the  cynosure of all eyes, of which all its citizens shall be proud; where equity, justice and fairness shall be the  driving forces of governmental action.


Mission: To mobilize the people of Ondo State to harness all our God-given resources, create and use wealth for the ends of individual happiness, collective fulfillment and peaceful cohabitation in an environment of transparent and honest leadership.


Core Value:  “Ise Loogun Ise”





The 12-point developmental programme of the government is encapsulated in the acronym – A CARING HEART


        -   Agriculture and Food Security

        -   Community-driven City and Coastal Region Renewal and General Development Initiatives

        -   Aggressive Capitalization of our Land Resource

R         -   Roads and Infrastructure

        -  Industrialization

N         -  No-to-Poverty Programme

G         -  Gender Equality and Women Empowerment

        -  Health Care and Housing

        -  Education and Capacity Building

A         -  Artisanship Development and Empowerment Programme

        -  Rural Development

T         -  Tourism, Sports and Youth Development




The Governor Mimiko’s administration aims to be the most accountable and transparent Government in Nigeria with a sense of purpose to serve the people of Ondo State. The Government aims to bring the dividends of Democracy to every household in the State. From one village to another and from one town to the other, the Government will do her best to listen to your views and contributions to make life better.


Ondo state Government encourages all her serving officers to put the obligations of public service above personal interests, the government encourages honesty, being truthful and open in delivering impartial services to the people of Ondo State at all times.

The Government welcomes your views and wants to you to contribute how things can be done better to serve you. We have set up a Forum for your feed back


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