Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, has returned to the state after 52 days away from office.
Akeredolu, who returned on Friday, will begin some major office work today (Tuesday), as his long absence from the state has crippled government activities.
His return has laid to rest the rumour of his ill health, which many said would likely affect his second term bid.
The governor, while addressing newsmen, disclosed that he was in Abuja to rest while treating all files from there.
"I am back now - stronger and more refreshed. So, certainly, I should be able to do better work for the people.
"I have been in Abuja because I needed to re-appraise and do my work. And at least, I have treated most of your (Ondo State) files in Abuja.
"I am here to serve the people of Ondo State with full vigour and that is all I would say," he said.