By Osagie Otabor, AkureGovernor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State, has said that he refused to stay in the multi-billionaire naira Governors Lodge built by former Governor Olusegun Mimiko because it had structural defects.Governor Akeredolu said the former governors lodge built by the colonial officers and used by late Dr. Olusegun Agagu was termites infested.Akeredolu who spoke in Akure at the ground breaking of the building of a new Governors Lodge said Mimiko did not fix the defect before leaving office.Akeredolu said it was a wrong assertion that Mimikos administration built a Governor Lodge.Read Also:Malami, Akeredolu and open grazingHe said former Governor Mimiko converted an office into a lodge adding that it had a structural defects that it would take a superman to live in the place.According to him, This state deserves a Governors Lodge to be a pride to all of us. When Mimiko was handing over, he mentioned the defects and promised to fix it but he didnt.I called my engineer to look at it and I was told to either bring down the building or part of it. We all knew we are going to need a new Governor Lodge.What we had was a modest three-room duplex built by the colonial officers. It was termites infested. It was not suited for anybody to live. My consultant said I should not attempt to remodel it.Those who want to build for us today are qualified building experts. We are building a Governers Lodge of a status befitting of the Governor of Ondo State. Click here to read full news..