The incumbent governor of Ekiti state, Kayode Fayemi recently made it known that only God knows what his political future holds in the 2023 general election, he unveiled this on Sunday when he spoke to Thisday Live which happens to be an interview programme on Arise television. However, a report from Punch News reportedly said Fayemi presidential campaign posters went viral in August 2020, and it has in return sparked a lot of controversies and public debates on various social media platforms regarding the possibility of his candidacy in the forthcoming general election.
Many Nigerian youths will frown at the concept of using NYSC Corp members as security personnel, however, if the Nigerian government goes about it in the way Governor Fayemi of Ekiti state is proposing it, the residents of Nigeria will benefit from it in 3 ways. Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria
ASUU cautions FG on N30bn revitalisation fund, October 31 deadline nears The Academic Staff Union of Universities has cautioned the Federal Government against non-payment of the N30bn revitalisation fund it promised universities. The President of ASUU, Prof Emmanuel Oshodeke, who stated this in an interview with one of our correspondents on Sunday, said government was in the habit of not fulfilling its promises.
Vice President Osinbajo was in Ekiti State earlier today for the third investment and economic development summit tagged Fountain summit 2021.Image credit: Google During the vice president's speech, he appreciated Governor Fayemi for his kind invitation to join him at the summit. He also acknowledged the warm hospitality of the Governor's wife, Erelu Bisi Fayemi.
Fayemi laments low revenue allocation to Ekiti, says fund barely enough for salaries Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, has lamented the low revenue allocated to the state. He said the fund, which he put at N3billion, was barely enough to pay salaries with almost nothing left to spend on infrastructure.
The Ekiti State governor, Mr. Kayode Fayemi, has broken silence over the 2023 presidency. The top All Progresives Congress politician revealed his mind to the people when he was granting an interview to a popular television. But if he truly has interest in the job, there are two things he may have to do.
(Photo Credit: Tribune Online) According to a report gathered, from Daily Post, The Governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to convert the NYSC camps, across the country to a military training ground. The Governor disclosed that the move will be for the recruitment of willing and able graduates into the Nigerian Army and Police Force.
One Good Reason Fayemi Called Out For FG To Amend Constitution To Recognise Amoketun As State Police
Our attention has been taken to the need for the federal government to kick on constitutional amendment process to accommodate the Western Security Network, known as Amotekun, to be recognised as the particular sets of police to tackle the security challenges affecting the country in the state level.
Amid the sinister lurking behind the development of this very nation in the form of insecurity, the able governor of Ekiti State and the Chairman of the Nigerian Governors Forum, Sir Kayode Fayemi has come out to eulogize the efforts of the South West security network known as Amotekun towards protecting the residents of the region.
Photos Credit: Google Teachers’ Day: Fayemi presents cars, cash, other gifts to best teachers Gov. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti on Tuesday presented cars, computers, cash and other valuables as gifts to best teachers in the state primary, secondary and technical schools.
Insecurity: Fayemi suggests recruitment of corps members into police, military The Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has said the number of the military and the police in the country is grossly inadequate to effectively secure Nigeria which is a large country with a huge population.
File Photo The Ekiti State First Lady, Mrs. Bisi Fayemi was at the Christ Girls’ School, Ado Ekiti as part of activities to mark this year's International Day of the Girl-Child. She admonished the girls to always fear God, obey the instructions of their teachers and pay undivided attention to their studies.
The Executive Governor of Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has assented to the Drugs and Health Commodities Management Agency bill. The Governor said the law was introduced to provide a strong legal basis for the establishment of the Ekiti State's Drugs and Health Commodities Management Agency .
According to information gathered from a reliable source, John Olukayode Feyemi, who is a Nigerian politician and the current governor of Ekiti State while delivering the seventh lecture series to mark the 2021 annual birthday ceremony of Babatunde Oduyoye, the special adviser to governor Seyi Makinde in political affairs, on Tuesday, has suggested that the President, Muhammad Buhari should turn NYSC camps into security training grounds will the aim of recruiting willing and able graduates to join the military and the police in order to beef up security in the country.
Photos Credit: Google Osinbajo Represents Nigeria At São Tome And Principe’s Presidential Inauguration Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) will be representing President Muhammadu Buhari this Saturday in São Tomé city for the inauguration of Mr. Carlos Manuel Vila Nova, the newly elected President of Sao Tome & Principe.
Ekiti State Governor Dr Kayode Fayemi said the number of military and police in the country was woefully insufficient to effectively secure Nigeria, which is a large country with a huge population. The governor said this in his lecture at Babatunde Oduyoye's annual birthday conference in Ibadan on Tuesday.
Gov. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti on Monday signed into law the state’s Mental Health Service bill and promised to prioritise qualitative health services delivery to the people. Fayemi, while signing the bill into law, he stressed the magnitude of guaranteeing people living with intellectual conditions have access to fitted care.
Ekiti state governor, John Olukayode Fayemi has recently aired his advice to the Nigerian President over the ongoing insecurity in the country. The governor has advised that the Nigerian President should turn existing campgrounds for the National Youth Service Corps into military training grounds where corp members can be trained for military duties.
To cushion the effects of shortage of Security Personnel to fight insecurity in the country, the Chairman Nigeria Governors Forum, Governor Fayemi, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to turn NYSC camps into security training grounds to recruits ''able'' graduates to join the military. Governor Fayemi
Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has disclosed that Corps members should be recruited to fight insecurity in the country, Newpremises reports. Governor Fayemi who is also the Chairman, Nigerian Governor’s Forum (NGF), stated this while speaking at an event in Ibadan on Wednesday, October 13, 202.