Fayose Replies Fayemi Over Ekiti Debt

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Ayo Fayose

Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi recently revealed that the state workers were being owed  N57billion as arrears of unpaid salaries from the previous administration led by Ayo Fayose.

Fayemi made this known while meeting with civil servants as well as a cross-section of labor leaders at the Government House, Ado- Ekiti.

Read Also: Nobody is coming to take any land in Ekiti – Fayemi assures his people

Reacting to Fayemi’s claims,  Fayose took to Twitter to say, “I read without surprise and as usual Fayemi usual brandishing of figures owed Ekiti workers & retirees by my administration.

“Without joining issues with him, rather than public service announcement, I enjoin him to pay the workers. Moreso he was “voted” to do what I couldn’t do.

“I wish you well as you celebrate your one year anniversary in office hopefully with ‘visible projects’ that will speak for you tomorrow. Above all YE, I am not eligible to contest Ekiti Guber, so let’s have some peace.”

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