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Fayemi hasn’t paid pensioners’ gratuities, Adeyeye insists
Vanguard (Friday, December 13, 2013): Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, governorship aspirant in Ekiti State and Afenifere Chieftain, Prince Dayo Adeyeye has described the state government’s reaction to the allegation of non-payment of pensioners’ gratuity since last year as a say-nothing response
Adeleye said: “Ekiti people simply want to know when last was pensioners’ gratuity paid, not how much has been expended on pension and gratuity since the Kayode Fayemi led All Progressives Congress, APC, government took over power. More....
Ekiti gets law on equal opportunities
Daily Trust (Friday, December 13, 2013): Written by Doyin Adebusuyi, Ado-Ekiti
Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has signed the Equal Opportunities Bill into law, saying it however does not translate to equal responsibility between men and women, just as his wife, Erelu Bisi Fayemi, said she would press the National Assembly to inject the new law into the nation’s constitution.
The new whose bill was initiated by Mrs Fayemi in collaboration with the state’s Ministry of Women Affairs, Social Development and Gender Empowerment protects the economic and social rights of women, widows, the elderly, the retarded, physically challenged and other vulnerable members of the society. More....
2014 election not for mischief makers –Ekiti
Punch (Friday, December 13, 2013): by Akinwale Aboluwade
The Ekiti State government has faulted the claims of two Peoples Democratic Party governorship aspirants, Dayo Adeyeye and Bisi Omoyeni, on the financial status of the state and the payment of pensioners.
Both Adeyeye and Omoyeni, in separate reports during the week, had criticised the state government’s financial activities.
Omoyeni alleged that the state government took N50bn loan in three years purportedly for infrastructural development while Adeyeye accused the state government of defaulting in the payment of arrears of pensions. More....
Ekiti council workers to get minimum wage arrears
The Nation (Friday, December 13, 2013): Posted by: Our Reporter in News
Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has assured local government workers that arrears of the N19,300 minimum wage will be cleared this month.
Speaking at an interactive session with council workers in Gbonyin, Oye, Ikole, Emure and Ekiti-East local government areas on Wednesday and in Ekiti West, Efon and Ijero-Ekiti councils yesterday, the governor said machinery had been set in motion to pay the arrears. More....
Prove that Fayemi is behind Ekiti killings, activist tells Fayose
The Nation (Friday, December 13, 2013): Posted by: Leke Akeredolu, Akure in News
Rights activist Mr. Morakinyo Ogele yesterday urged former Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose to provide evidence that Governor Kayode Fayemi is behind the extra-judicial killings in the state as he (Fayose) alleged.
Ogele was reacting to a publication in which Fayose alleged that activist-lawyer Femi Falana (SAN) and other activists were keeping quiet over killings in Ekiti because of their relationship with Fayemi. More....
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