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EKSU produces 37 First Class

The Nation (Tuesday, March 28, 2017):  Thirty seven students of Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado-Ekiti will graduate with First Class honours at the 22nd convocation on Friday and Saturday.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Oye Bandele, said this yesterday at a briefing.

Giving a breakdown, Bandele said1638 made Second Class Upper and 5,395 Second Class Lower.

He added that 3012 got Third Class and 124 Pass.

According to him, 81 students will receive their Ph.D; 169 Masters; 85 Professional Masters and 63 Postgraduate Diplomas.   More....

‘Pay Paris Club refunds to us’

The Nation (Tuesday, March 28, 2017):  Civil servants in Ekiti State have called on the Federal Government to pay arrears of salaries from the next tranche of Paris Club refund directly into their accounts.

The workers under the aegis of the Enlightened Workers Forum (EWF) in a statement yesterday by the Coordinator, Mike Bamidele, said the demand was hinged on the fact that they are “hungry”.

They said: “Let the world be told that Ekiti workers are hungry and contrary to the impression being created by Governor Ayo Fayose that all is well and if nothing urgent is done, we might all die of hunger.   More....

Marketers stop fuel supply to Ekiti

The Nation (Monday, March 27, 2017):  Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), at the weekend, stopped supply of fuel to Ekiti State.

They are protesting the demolition of four filling stations under construction in Ado-Ekiti by Governor Ayo Fayose.

The demolition, they claimed, “was done in bad faith and malice”.

The governor, who revoked their Certificates of Occupancy, said he would not allow construction of filling stations in “unauthorised places”, such as residential areas and ordered marketers to apply for recertification.   More....

We are ready for next governorship election in Ekiti, says Fayose

Nigerian Tribune (Sunday, March 26, 2017):  Sam Nwaoko-Ado Ekiti Latest News

Twenty-one communities in Ekiti State have received a total of N184 million from the state government as another round of grants to execute projects.

This is just as the state governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, announced that his party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was ready for the governorship election in the state anytime it is called.

Governor Fayose, who stated this when he was distributing cheques to 21 benefitting communities of the grant for their various development projects, said “a good product is not difficult to market.   More....

Why Fayose demolished my petrol station – APC chieftain

The Nation (Sunday, March 26, 2017):  An Ado Ekiti oil dealer and a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Remi Oguntuase, has described the demolition of his filling station as “politically motivated, malicious and act of vendetta” on the part of Governor Ayo Fayose. Oguntuase, popularly known as REMOG, said he has valid papers and received clearance from all regulatory agencies before he started the construction.

“I have documents for the work being done here and it was inspected and certified fit by agencies like DPR, Fire Service, Town Planning Authority, Surveyor General’s office and other relevant agencies of government and I paid the required fees and have the receipts.   More....
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