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Strike: Fayose Applies Dive and Rule, to Pay Workers on Duties

This Day (Sunday, May 29, 2016):  Olakiitan Victor in Ado Ekiti

In what appears like divide and rule tactics, Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has said the state government will pay workers who are not on strike their salary from the N752 million monthly allocation that came from Abuja for April.

He also opined that embarking on strike was not the solution to the poor resources available to the government that has led to irregular payment of salary in the last few months. He stated this while featuring on a televised programme on television stations in Ado-Ekiti at the weekend.   More....

Fayose moves to break workers’ strike

The Nation (Sunday, May 29, 2016):  •Offers to pay those who resume

Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose has moved to halt the strike action embarked upon by workers in the state.

The industrial action, which entered its fourth day, has paralysed government businesses and academic activities in public schools.

Apparently embarrassed by the Labour unions’ decision to go ahead with the strike, Fayose offered to pay workers that pull out of the action.

Speaking during his monthly media chat, Meet Your Governor on Friday evening monitored by our correspondent, Fayose stressed his readiness to pay workers of ministries, agencies and parastatals who opt out of strike and resume work from the N752 million received as allocation for April.   More....

I’ll pay workers not on strike, Fayose tells labour

Punch (Sunday, May 29, 2016):  Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has said the state government would pay salaries to only workers who were not on strike from the “little” monthly allocation from Abuja.

The governor also stated that embarking on strike was not the solution to the poor resources available to the government, which had led to irregular payment of salaries in the last few months.

Fayose stated this while featuring on an interview programme on the state-owned radio and television stations in Ado Ekiti, the state capital.   More....

APC will not rule Rivers again, says Fayose

The Nation (Sunday, May 29, 2016):  Ekiti State governor, Ayodele Fayose has boasted that the All Progressives Congress (APC) will not rule Rivers State again.

The Ekiti controversial governor was among the guests that witnessed the project unveiling by Governor Nyesom Wike as one of the activities marking his one year in office.

Speaking during commissioning of Bishop Okonye roads completed by Governor Wike’s administration, Governor Fayose said those squandering Rivers money are gone, stressing that Governor Wike has enough energy which he said he (Governor Wike) is using to deliver on his promises.   More....

The governor of Bauchi state has launced a stinging attack on Ekiti state governor Ayo Fayose –

www.naij.com (Saturday, May 28, 2016):  Mohammed Abubakar said Fayose’s comments on Fulani herdsmen were unbefitting of a Nigerian leader – Abubakar also praised the National Assembly’s efforts to resolve the fighting between farmers and herdsmen The Governor of Bauchi state Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar has condemned the statement credited to the Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, asking Fulani herdsmen to leave Ekiti state in the wake of incessant clashes between farmers and cattle herders suspected to be Fulani. Abubakar said Fayose’s statement was unbefitting of national leaders, especially state governors, and was as condemnable as the crises between the farmers and herders.   More....
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