Fayemi – Workers Salary Arrears to be Paid In 6 Months & Other Headlines

Over 6 Months of Unpaid Salary Owed to Civil Servants By Gov Fayose

The winner of the Saturday’s governorship election in Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has said that he will pay the backlog of salaries owed civil servants in the state within the first six months of his return to office.

They should expect re-introduction of free education, including payment of fees for the West Africa Examination Council, National Examination Council, National Business and Technical Examinations Board and the national entrance examination into tertiary institutions which they lost out on.

Ekiti’s Gubernatorial Election

The candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Dr Kayode Fayemi has won the governorship election held in Ekiti State on Saturday.

According to the results announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Fayemi won in 12 of the 16 local governments, leaving only four LGs for Prof. Kolapo Olusola of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

The final result Fayemi of the APC polled – 197,459 to defeat Olusola of the PDP, who polled at 178,121.

This election shows the deplorable state of democracy in our country, the APC did not win because Fayemi was the best candidate, it was a case of may the mago mago guru win. The people of the state were bribed by both parties to the sum of 4,000 to cast their vote. It was rumoured that the APC upon giving voters their 4,000 will go into the booth to cast their while being monitored by an APC personnel.

Was this really a reflection of democracy?

EFCC VS Nigerians


Nigerians were NOT happy with the EFCC after tweeting the above, it is clear that the EFCC is a tool in the hands of the leading party to witch hunt the opposition. Yes, they are allowed to investigate Outgoing Gov Fayose but can they be a little less obvious in their witch hunting agenda.

A few tweets below:

@godswillefe75: Is Sylva also on immunity? You returned all the seized 26 properties back to him, including tons of monies found in his Abuja residence, withdrew the case of corruption from court all because he sponsored Buhari campaign.

@oawonuga: you guys need to answer. for how you guys handled Sylva’s case. If you know you did the right thing, pls, tell us here the justification for letting Silva off the hook!!

@kcujam: Please delete that useless tweet. It lacks professionalism.

@Jngwobia1: Babachir David Lawal the grasscutter thief is walking free. This is Nigeria where anybody who don’t support the president is seen as a criminal. Power always shift, it has shift against Fayose one day it will shift against Magu.

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