Fayemi unveils members of transition committee

Ekiti State Governor-elect, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has released a list of eminent citizens of the state that will serve in the Governorship Transition Committee, charged with the responsibility of liaising with the outgoing administration for a smooth transition ahead of the October 16th take off date of the new government in the state.

Ekiti State Governor-elect, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has released a list of eminent citizens of the state that will serve in the Governorship Transition Committee, charged with the responsibility of liaising with the outgoing administration for a smooth transition ahead of the October 16th take off date of the new government in the state.
The 32-member committee is headed by a former member of the National Assembly, Senator Olubunmi Adetunmbi as chairman, while a former Chairman of Ijero Local Government Council, Hon Abiodun Omoleye will serve as deputy Chair. A former Permanent Secretary in the state’s civil service, Mr Ayodeji Ajayi, is the secretary of the committee.
The Committee is to be known as the Ekiti State 2018 JKF/APC Governorship Transition Committee.
According to a statement signed by the Special Adviser on Media to the Governor-elect,  Yinka Oyebode, the inauguration of the Governorship Transition Committee will hold at the Conference Hall, AB Hotels, Ado-Ekiti, on Wednesday, July 25th, by 12 noon.
Members of the Governorship Transition Committee, Ekiti State are:  

1.     Senator Olubunmi Adetunmbi   – Chairman

2.    Hon. Abiodun Omoleye   – Deputy Chairman

3.   Dr. (Mrs) Moji Yaya Kolade   – Member

4.   Prof. Eddy Olanipekun   -Member

5.   Chief Ropo Adesanya- Member

6.     Dr. Dare Ojo – Member

7.     Prof. Tale Omole – Member

8.     Hon. Olubunmi Oriniowo- Member

9.     Tunde Olatunde – Member

10.  Debo Ranti Ajayi- Member

11.  Ade Omonijo- Member

12.  Alhaji Afolabi Ogunlayi- Member

13.  Barrister Wale Fapohunda- Member

14.  Dapo Kolawole- Member

15.  Chief Kola Akosile -Member

16.  Phillip Amujo- Member

17.  Barrister Paul Omotosho -Member

18.  Chief Taiwo Olatunbosun -Member

19.   Engr. Tunde Alabi-Member

20.  Abiodun Oyebanji -Member

21.  Prof. Francesca Aladejana -Member

22.   Seyi Aiyeleso -Member

23.  Dr. Ayeni Agbaje -Member

24.  Ayo Owolabi -Member

25.  Folusho Olaniyan -Member

26. Alhaja S. Badmus -Member

27. Sola Salako-Ajulo -Member

28. Eyitayo Fabunmi -Member

29. Toyosi Omope -Member

30. Hon. Bunmi Akinniyi -Member

31. Hon. Seyi Shittu -Member

32. Ayodeji Ajayi -Member/Secretary

 

The Terms of Reference of the committee members include:

*        Develop a clear framework for liaison and establish clear channels of formal communications with the outgoing administration for the purposes of a smooth transition.

*       Review and make preliminary assessment of the fiscal position of government with particular emphasis on:

–       Status of assets and liabilities of government.

–      Status of implementation of the 2018 Appropriation

–      Revenue & cash flow position of government.

–     Public debt profile of government and their deployment.

–      Salary arrears due to all public-sector workers and pensioners.

*       Determine the status of public procurement of government with particular emphasis on:

-.       Government’s on-going and outstanding contractual obligations.

*       To receive handover documents from Ministries, Departments and Agencies of government, with a view to understanding the most important operational, regulatory and/or urgent issues confronting the incoming administration, in order to guide the fine-tuning and prioritisation of programmes and policies in the incoming administration’s governance agenda.

*       Interface with various stakeholders’ groups such as Labour Unions, Traditional Rulers; Academia; Religious Bodies; Transport Workers; Market Men and Women; Artisans; Professionals; Farmers CDAs; etc; with a view to ascertaining their expectations of the incoming administration.

*    The committee shall submit its final report by Friday, September 7, 2018.

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