The Governor enjoined the university don-turned traditional ruler to be accommodating, enduring, tolerant and diligent in his day-to-day administration of his domain while urging the subjects to rally round their monarch.
Browsing: Dr. Kayode Fayemi
Dr Fayemi, who stated this on Sunday during his monthly radio and television programme, tagged ‘Meet Your Governor’ said he would continue to ensure adequate welfare of the people of the state by ensuring that he addressed projects and programmes that would enliven their lives and add values to their welfare.
The age-long ideological binary of progressive and conservative crept out of the governors’ exchanges.
The road which was initially designed to be a single lane road and meant to be extended from Iyin to Igede-Aramoko and Osun State boundary, according to Governor Fayemi was abandoned by successive administrations for over four decades.
The governors under the aegis of Nigeria Governors Forum disclosed this in a communique issued in Abuja.
The appointment was announced by Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General, earlier in the week.
Dr Fayemi, who stated this in Ado-Ekiti on Wednesday during the 2021 Christmas Carols and Lessons, affirmed that the “Ekiti Project” would never be completed but that he would at least complete his own aspect of it before leaving office in October, 2022.
The NOSCEF said this in a statement issued by its Chairman, Engr. Ejoga Oyinehi Inalegwu, in Kaduna on Tuesday.
Fayemi spoke on Thursday at the 60th anniversary lecture of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs in Lagos.
The resignation which was conveyed in a letter to the Governor, dated December 3, 2021, takes effect from Tuesday, December 7th.
Dr Fayemi will be speaking on “Fixing Nigeria for a Better World” at the lecture which will commence at 12 noon at the NIIA’s main auditorium with virtual compliment.
He said investment in education and job creation would help address mass poverty in the land, which according to him, is generating various discontents in insurgency, criminality, banditry and various extremisms.
The directive was contained in a statement signed by the Governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Yinka Oyebode, in Ado-Ekiti on Wednesday.
Speaking at the National Unity Summit held in Abuja on Wednesday, the Ekiti State Governor stated that these ingredients were not bad until they were used purposely to cause “structural divisions and stir up negative emotions”.
Speaking while distributing cheques to the representatives of the communities in the 16 Local Governments and 19 Local Council Development Areas, the Governor said the gesture was in fulfillment of his promise not to leave abandoned or uncompleted projects at the end of his tenure in October 2022.
As the country battles insecurity, Dr. Fayemi advocated the establishment of effective and accountable security agencies in pursuit of individual and community security in tandem with state security.
Governors Abubakar Bagudu of Kebbi State, Mohammed Badaru Abubakar of Jigawa State and Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto State who spoke at different project commissioning events across the three senatorial districts of Ekiti State on Friday also commended Governor Fayemi for the high quality of projects executed and his prudent management of scarce resources.
The summit, according to the organizers, will also provide new perspectives to the issues of equity, inclusion and economic prosperity for Nigerians and in the end, stimulate the process of national healing, understanding and progress.
Dr Fayemi who said a well structured dialogue remains a major pathway to peace and progress said there was nothing heroic in dying for a cause that dialogue and negotiations can help resolve.
Declaring open the cultural fiesta themed: “Celebrating National Unity in Diversity”, Ekiti State Governor and Chairman, Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF), Dr Kayode Fayemi, described the annual cultural celebration as a vital tool for integration, unity, economic prosperity and political stability of the country.