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Ill defeat Fayemi, says Olubolade  (06/03/2014) Ekiti poll: Group accuses President of sponsoring PDP aspirants  (06/03/2014)
Ekiti disburses N30m car loan to teachers  (06/03/2014) Fayemi tasks Jega on credible polls in Ekiti  (06/03/2014)
INEC to issue permanent voters card for Osun, Ekiti polls  (05/03/2014) Ekiti gov campaigns begin March 23 INEC  (05/03/2014)
Ekiti, Osun polls must be credible, Fayemi tells Jega  (05/03/2014) Ekiti declares Friday holiday  (05/03/2014)
Fayose, Olubolade disagree on consensus  (05/03/2014) Revenue deduction: Ekiti Assembly wants Jonathan impeached  (05/03/2014)

Ill defeat Fayemi, says Olubolade   Back To Top

From: The Nation      Published on: Thursday, March 06, 2014

Posted by: Gbade Ogunwale, Assistant Editor, Abuja in News

A governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ekiti State, Navy Capt. Caleb Olubolade, has said he will defeat Governor Kayode Fayemi of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the June 21 election.

Olubolade, a former Minister of Police Affairs, spoke yesterday at the PDP national secretariat when he submitted his nomination form.

He said his experience and achievements as a military administrator of Bayelsa State and Police Affairs minister put him in good stead to take Ekiti State to the next level.

Olubolade said: I will defeat Fayemi because I am better equipped for the job. My achievements as a military administrator of Bayelsa State; minister of Police Affairs; minister of Special Duties and minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) speak for me. I maintained a culture of transparency and accountability in the public positions I held and was not involved in any scandal.

I will give the people of Ekiti joy and a new lease of life. Leadership is not by giving lectures; you have to identify with your people, do their wishes, carry them along and be transparent with their money. You must place everything on the table for them to see. They in turn will stand by you.

Expressing his preference for the consensus option, Olubolade said he was ready for a primary election, if the partys leadership insists on it.

He admitted his closeness to President Goodluck Jonathan, saying he learnt valuable lessons from his relationship with the President.

Olubolade said the valuable lessons would assist him in governing Ekiti State, adding: Go and check the places I have worked in my life, I am free of crisis. I am free of corruption and that is what stands me out. If given the ticket, I am confident we will win the state for the PDP.

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Ekiti poll: Group accuses President of sponsoring PDP aspirants   Back To Top

From: The Nation      Published on: Thursday, March 06, 2014

Posted by: Sulaiman Salawudeen, Ado-Ekiti in News

A political pressure group, the Ekiti Good Governance Group (EGGG), has accused President Goodluck Jonathan of giving some aspirants money to buy the Peoples Democratic Partys (PDPs) governorship nomination forms for the June 21 governorship election in Ekiti State.

In a statement yesterday signed by its Publicity Secretary, Mr. Taiwo Ojo, the group alleged that the large turnout of aspirants jostling for the partys ticket was a grand scheme to perfect their plans to rig the election, having created the impression that many contenders scrambled to contest the poll on the PDPs platform.

Aspirants that have obtained nomination forms include Prince Dayo Adeyeye; former Minister for Police Affairs Navy Captain Caleb Olubolade (rtd.); Dare Bejide; former Governor Ayodele Fayose; Senator Gbenga Aluko; Mr. Bisi Omoyeni; Abiodun Aluko and Mr. Deji Ajayi.

Others are Mr. Bodunde Adeyanju; Mrs. Bosede Dada Bamisaye; Dr. Peter Obafemi; Mr. Wale Aribisala; Alhaja Habibat Adubiaro; Senator Bode Olowoporoku; Chief Ropo Ogunbolude; Mrs. Bola Oloyede; Otunba Reuben Famuyibo and Mrs. Modupe Ogundipe.

EGGG alleged that the president bought nomination forms for the 18 governorship aspirants, adding: This is to create the impression that the PDP is popular.

It described the Presidents scheme as an exercise in futility, adding that the PDP could not produce a credible candidate that could dislodge Governor Kayode Fayemi.

EGGG said: The presidency promised to give PDP aspirants N25 million each, if they buy the nomination form, which cost N11 million. Their plan is to create an aura of acceptance to the public. They erroneously assume that if many aspirants could obtain the nomination forms, it would create the impression that the PDP ticket is competitive, even when they know that the party has no chance in the June 21 election.

They are doing this so when they eventually rig, they can say their partys ticket was competitively contested for because the aspirants knew PDP was the party to beat, but we know this is a blatant lie.

The group warned the PDP against violence during the election, adding: Ekiti people are prepared, just as they did in 2007 and 2011, to reject the PDP at the June 21 governorship poll.

State PDP Publicity Secretary Pastor Kola Oluwawole described the allegation as laughable, fallacious and ridiculous.

Oluwawole said: Why would the President fund such an exercise that is purely a party affair? The fact that 18 of the 33 aspirants that showed interests have procured their forms showed that the PDP is vibrant and popular in Ekiti. In fact, we are the government in waiting.

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Ekiti disburses N30m car loan to teachers   Back To Top

From: The Nation      Published on: Thursday, March 06, 2014

Posted by: Our Reporter in Featured, News

The Ekiti State government has disbursed car loans worth N30 million to 100 teachers in the first phase of the Vehicle Loans Scheme for primary school teachers.

Distributing the cheques to teachers yesterday at Ola Oluwa Muslim Grammar School in Ado-Ekiti, Governor Kayode Fayemi said: No truly progressive society should treat the welfare of teachers with levity. Teachers identify and nurture leaders. Ekiti is blessed with teachers who are willing to work to reposition education to its former place of pre-eminence in the country.

There is no adulation that is sufficient to appreciate the role of teachers in our society. I, like all men and women all over the world with great hearts, acknowledge the positive turn of our lives and careers to God, our parents and the diligent exertions of great teachers, who shone the light of sound education and moral upbringing on our life paths, equipping us with the knowledge and life skills to achieve our God-given destinies.

On the loan, which is the first in the states history, Fayemi said a committee was set up last year to fashion out modalities for its disbursement.

He praised the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), chaired by the Deputy Governor, Prof. Modupe Adelabu, for scoring several firsts in many aspects.

Urging members of the SUBEB Loans Board to be fair in the disbursement, Fayemi advised the beneficiaries to make judicious use of the loan.

Prof. Adelabu thanked the government for giving out the loans, despite the paucity of funds.

She said the governments investments in education were yielding fruits, adding that a teacher and a pupil won Presidential awards for the year.

Prof. Adelabu urged teachers to reciprocate the governments gesture by remaining dedicated to their work.

Best teachers in each of the 16 local government areas were given laptop computers.

The computers were donated by the Ministry of Local Government Affairs.

Also yesterday, Prof. Adelabu said public school teachers would be sent abroad for training.

She spoke during an unscheduled visit to Ola-Oluwa Muslim Grammar School in Ado-Ekiti.

Mrs. Adelabu said the commitment of teachers to their duties reflect in the improved performance of pupils in public examinations.

Urging them to sharpen their skills by attending workshops, she said their welfare is a priority of the Fayemi administration.

The deputy governor advised pupils to be well behaved and committed to their studies.

The Head Teacher, Kayode Fasanmi, hailed the Fayemi administration for improving the education sector.

Describing Prof. Adelabu as an erudite scholar and astute administrator, he said her appointment as the chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) was the best thing that happened to the education sector.

Fasanmi said teachers will continue to work hard to reciprocate the governments gesture.

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Fayemi tasks Jega on credible polls in Ekiti   Back To Top

From: Daily Sun      Published on: Thursday, March 06, 2014

By Our Reporter

Ekiti State Governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has said the future of Chairman of In-dependent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega, as the nations number one electoral officer is tied to his handling of the coming governorship elections in Ekiti and Osun states.

Fayemi, who stated this on Monday night at his monthly media chat, Meet Your Governor, urged the INEC chair-man to see the two elections as a serious test which must not go the way of similar poll in Anambra State. The governor also used the forum to appeal to politicians and political parties to There is no crisis in APGA ACF From GEOFFREY ANYANWU, Awka A group within the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), the APGA Consolidation Forum (ACF), has berated those alleging fresh cri-sis in the party, warning them to desist from painting the party in bad light.

Apparently reacting to publications in the national dailies, made by Reginald Udoka and Prince Obinna Aniagor on behalf of APGA Youth Coalition, alleging that fresh crisis had hit APGA over Umehs successor plan, the ACF said there was no truth in it and that it was the handiwork of those that wanted APGA dead. In a statement signed by Messrs Maxwell S. C. Okoye and Nkem Chris Echetabu, Director-General and Secretary-General of ACF respectively, the body said it appreciated the efforts of the National Chair-man of the party, Chief Victor Umeh, in building a strong party.

There is no crisis in APGA whatsoever from the national to the ward level. Chief Austin Ndigwe is not contesting the position of the national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA). be peaceful in their conduct and carry out their activities within the ambit of the law.

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INEC to issue permanent voters card for Osun, Ekiti polls   Back To Top

From: Daily Independent      Published on: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

By Joe Nwankwo (Abuja) and Yaqoub Popoola (Ado-Ekiti)

As part of preparation for the conduct of the governorship elections in Ekiti and Osun states later in the year, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will start the verification of all registered voters in the states and also commence the distribution of the permanent voters card (PVC) from March 7th.

This is even as Ekiti State Government has declared Friday, March 7, 2014 as a work-free day to enable workers in the State Public Service and the entire people of the state collect their permanent voters cards.

A statement by Ekiti State Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation, Tayo Ekundayo, in Ado-Ekiti explained that the work-free day was declared to also enable the people of the state take part in the verification of voters register taking place between Friday, March 7 and Sunday, March 9, 2014.

The statement stressed the significance of workers and people of the state to the political process, adding that the Kayode Fayemi-led administration attaches major importance to the sanctity of the electoral process and would, therefore, ensure an enabling environment for the people to perform their civic responsibilities.

Meanwhile, according to a competent source, who spoke to Daily independent on Tuesday in Abuja, between March 7 and 17, INEC will commence the verification of registered of voters in the two states.

According to the source, between March 7 and 17, 2014, two major activities preparatory to Ekiti and Osun governorship elections will take place in the states. First, from March 7 to 9, all eligible voters in the two states are expected to proceed to their respective polling units where INEC officials will be on hand to attend to them.

The commission has devoted these days to verify the registration status of all registered voters in the states and distribute permanent voters card), which will be used for identification during the governorship elections in those states this year and the general elections next year.

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Ekiti gov campaigns begin March 23 INEC   Back To Top

From: Punch      Published on: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

by Vincent Obia with agency report

Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi

Campaigns for the June 21 governorship election in Ekiti State will begin on March 23, the Independent National Electoral Commission said on Tuesday.

The INEC office in the state stated this in a Time Table and Schedule of Activities for the election released in Ado-Ekiti and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria.

It also gave April 1 as the date for the collection of forms for the election by the political parties.

According to the commission, verification of voter status will hold between March 7 and March 9, while Continuous Voter Registration will take place between March 12 and March 17.

It clarified that Section 99(1) of the Electoral Act, 2010(as amended) stated that the campaign could only start 90 days before election day.

It also indicated on the schedule of activities that hearing of claims and objections arising from the displayed voter register would hold between March 18 and March 24, while notice of election would take place on March 3.

The commission said April 14 was the last date for the conduct of party primaries, including resolution of disputes arising from the primaries.

It said April 21 would be the last day for submission of Forms CF001 and CF 002 at the INEC headquarters, and April 28 had been set aside as the date for the publication of personal particulars of candidates.

The agency also said that May 7 had been fixed as the last day for the withdrawal and replacement of candidates by political parties.

It said June 19 had been fixed as the last day of political campaigns while the actual election date remained June 21.

The commission said run-off election, if any, would be held within seven days after the announcement of the result of the governorship election in accordance with Section 179 of the 1999 Constitution, as amended.

Meanwhile, the state Governor, Kayode Fayemi, has urged the Chairman of the INEC, Prof. Attahiru Jega, to ensure that the forthcoming governorship elections in Ekiti and Osun states are free and fair.

Fayemi, who said this on Monday at his monthly media chat, Meet Your Governor, warned that Jegas future as the nations number one electoral officer was tied to his handling of the polls in Ekiti and Osun states.

Fayemi described the conduct of the polls as a serious test which must not go the way of a similar poll in Anambra State.

The governor also used the forum to appeal to politicians and political parties to be peaceful in their conduct and carry out their activities within the ambit of the law.

He was of the opinion that should INEC bungle the Ekiti and Osun governorship polls, Jega may not be the one to conduct the 2015 general elections.

The governor argued that it would be in the best interest of INEC to get it right this time around, starting with the June 21 Ekiti governorship contest.

He said that the people of the state had witnessed electoral crisis in the recent past.

It is in the best interest of INEC to conduct a credible and transparent election in Ekiti in June.

Jega should see the Ekiti poll as a serious test because if he fails in Ekiti and Osun, he may not be the one to conduct the 2015 general elections, he said.

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Ekiti, Osun polls must be credible, Fayemi tells Jega   Back To Top

From: The Nation      Published on: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Posted by: Sulaiman Salawudeen, Ado-Ekiti in News

Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has said the future of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Chairman Prof. Attahiru Jega as the nations number one electoral officer is tied to his handling of the forthcoming governorship elections in Ekiti and Osun states.

Fayemi spoke on Monday night during his monthly media chat, tagged: Meet Your Governor.

He urged Jega to see the two elections as serious tests, which must not go the way of the Anambra State governorship poll.

The governor urged politicians and parties to carry out their activities peacefully.

He said should INEC bungle the Ekiti and Osun polls, Jega may not be the one to conduct the 2015 general elections.

Fayemi said: It is in the best interest of INEC to conduct a credible and transparent election in Ekiti in June. Jega should see the Ekiti poll as a serious test because, if he fails in Ekiti and Osun, he may not be the one to conduct the 2015 general elections.

INEC should ensure that the process is credible. It must demonstrate its readiness to conduct a credible election. You know that Ekiti people are very sensitive. We have seen terrible episodes of election management by INEC in the past in Ekiti State.

The people have seen the Ayoka saga, as well as the Ido/Osi saga. This time around, INEC must demonstrate its seriousness to conduct a credible election.

Fayemi debunked rumours being peddled by the opposition that he would victimise civil servants if reelected.

He said by carry out some policies which most first term governors would not want to do, such as the biometric data of civil servants, which rid the system of ghost workers, he had shown that he was not a pretender.

The governor said he would never victimise anyone and would continue to protect the peoples interests.

He said the rumour originated from desperate politicians, who have no plan for the electorate.

Fayemi said he has a name and record to protect, adding that his achievements in over three years can be measured by the electorate.

He said: The difference between an incumbent governor and a putative aspirant is that I have a record to defend. I can be measured in an objective and detached assessment.

On the delegation to the forthcoming National Conference, Fayemi said he was confident that it would represent the Ekiti people well.

He advised that critical issues affecting the federation, such as fiscal federalism, should be addressed at the conference.

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Ekiti declares Friday holiday   Back To Top

From: The Nation      Published on: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Posted by: Our Reporter in News

The Ekiti State government has declared Friday work-free to enable workers collect their permanent voter cards.

In a statement, Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation Tayo Ekundayo said holiday would enable people residents participate in the verification of the voter register slated for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Stressing the significance of the people to the electoral process, Ekundayo said the Governor Kayode Fayemi administration would ensure an enabling environment for them to perform their civic responsibilities.

He urged youths who have just turned 18 to register during the registration of new voters scheduled to hold from March 12 to 19.

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Fayose, Olubolade disagree on consensus   Back To Top

From: The Nation      Published on: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Posted by: Emmanuel Oladesu, Group Political Editor in Featured

FORMER Minister of Police Affairs and governorship aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the Ekiti State, Navy Captain Caleb Omoniyi Olubolade (rtd) and former Speaker of the House of Assembly, Femi Bamisile are backing the adoption of consensus option in picking the partys candidate for the June 21 governorship election.

Olubolade and Bamisile are of the view that if the PDP candidate is selected through a consensus arrangement, such would help to avoid the rancour, bickering and ill- feelings that usually characterise the process of primaries in any election.

But former Governor Ayo Fayose and Chief Bosede Dada have kicked against the option, saying it is undemocratic.

Both the former minister and Bamisile spoke at separate interviews in Abuja, the nations capital.

Olubolade said he is ready and willing to abide by President Goodluck Jonathans earlier advice that the PDP in Ekiti State should look at the option of choosing its candidate through consensus rather than primaries.

The former minister said: I believe in consensus because any organisation that wants to make progress, any political party that wants to make progress must listen to the voice of reasoning from the leadership of such party. Once the partys leadership brings an issue on the way forward, as a good party man, it would be nice for you to work in that line so that all things will work for the good of the party.

Having heard from the President on the way forward, I will strictly want to abide by that position and do exactly what will move our party forward. What is important is for us to ensure that internal democracy prevails within the party.

When the party (PDP) reveals its position on the way forward, we also have to key into that position. So, that will bring orderliness in the party. Followers will know what to do and we will, in togetherness, work to ensure that the party is victorious. That is why I believe in consensus, he said.

Bamisile, who is also the states Deputy Chairman agreed that the consensus arrangement would help to avoid disagreements and divisions among members.

According to him, there is a clear mandate from the partys national leadership that anybody who wants to run for the governorship election or be considered an aspirant, should first take the bold step of going to pay N11million to the party at Abuja. I can tell you that the party paraded 26 aspirants including myself and 14 of us came together and had a meeting with the President on January 4.

During our deliberations, the President informed us that he would prefer that the party should go the way of consensus in choosing its candidates. He advised that we should avoid the over-kill of spending so much money in primaries and the rancour that comes out of primaries.

Sincerely, most of us strongly believe in that process. I have done about four elections in the state and all of them were through primaries but in circumstances like this- you are in opposition in your state; you should look for every means to make sure that the processes of selecting your candidates are fair and not too financially engulfing. We should make sure that the processes are suitable to all those involved and that is why I concur with the President on this issue of consensus.

Fayose and Mrs Dada reminded those canvassing consensus arrangement of the promise of the National Chairman, Alhaji Adamu Muazu, that internal democracy would not be compromised.

Chief Dada objected to the plans to anoint a candidate through consensus, saying that it is undemocratic. She added: I do not want consensus. I have paid for my form and I am ready for the primaries. The Chairman, Mr. Makanjuola Ogundipe, has assured me that there will be primaries in Ado-Ekiti. Also, when I visited the national chairman, he promised that there will be internal democracy in the PDP. Therefore, I will not support consensus.

Fayose said the idea of a consensus candidate is laughable, stressing that it underscores the limitations of those behind the option.

The former governor said that he will face the primaries with courage and boldness, based on Muazus assurance that internal democracy would be restored in the party.

Fayose wondered why certain elements were agitating for consensus option, instead of going to the field to mobilise support for their ambition to rule the state. He said while some people have the right to canvass for consensus candidacy, other people also have the right to oppose the option based on reason. Stressing that consensus option is not feasible, he urged the aspirants to exhibit the capacity for popularity test at the shadow poll.

The former governor stressed: What we need to do is to go for tender. When you pay the tender fee, you have indicated interest to participate in the deal. The nomination fee is the tender fee. The consensus means that all the aspirants have the collective agreement. But, once some people say they are not for consensus, it is not consensus again.

Would they do consensus again at the general election? A man who is not sure of winning the primaries cannot win the general election. I am confident that any body who can win the primary election will win the general election.

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Revenue deduction: Ekiti Assembly wants Jonathan impeached   Back To Top

From: National Mirror      Published on: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

by ABIODUN NEJO

The Ekiti State House of Assembly has called on the National Assembly to impeach President Goodluck Jonathan for alleged illegal deduction of oil revenues from the Federation Account.

The Assembly resolved yesterday that the alleged spate of corruption in the remittance of oil revenues by the Federal Government had confirmed Jonathans incompetence.

The Assembly, which held a plenary session over the state of state finance address presented on Monday by Governor Kayode Fayemi, described as irresponsible and criminal, the monthly deduction of over N480 million from the revenue accruable to the state, which it said had been affecting the peoples living standards. Fayemi had in the address alleged that over N4.62 trillion had been frittered away from the Federation Account in the last three years, being the amount not remitted by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). The Assembly consequently resolved that the National Assembly should ask the Federal Government to return all illegal deductions into the Federation Account, advising that the federal legislature should hire the services of an independent audit firm to scrutinise the finances of NNPC.

Other resolutions of the Assembly included that the Supreme Court should expedite action on all cases relating to Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) and illegal deductions pending before it and immediate review of allocation sharing formula between the federal, state and local governments.

The House resolved that the resolution would be passed to Governor Fayemi for onward transmission to the Na tional Assembly.

Speaker of the Assembly, Dr. Adewale Omirin, who spoke after the resolutions, alleged that the president was incompetent to breathe down hard on the NNPC.

Speaking earlier, the lawmakers, who took their turns to speak, expressed resentment at the alleged deductions from the allocation accruable to the state.

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