Fayose Interacts With Civil Servants, Debunks Rumor of ₦56b Loan

An interface between Governor Ayodele Fayose and civil servants from grade levels 1 to 13 at the government house pavilion, Ado-Ekiti is presently ongoing

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Governor Fayose who thanked the workers for their support addressed issues raised by the civil servants, while some of the problems were solved immediately, mechanism was put in place to resolve others.

Also at the meeting, governor Fayose informed the civil servants that he has received #4.76b Paris Club refund, he told them the money will be shared between the state and local government next week.

Fayose who directed the Accountant General to make sure workers get their Xmas bonus latest Thursday 21st December, 2017 also assured them that  leave bonus and salaries will be paid.

Meanwhile, Ekiti State Government has described as total falsehood, report that the State borrowed a total sum of N56 billion since Governor Ayodele Fayose assumed office and that a fresh N25 billion loan was applied for; saying that; “the only fresh loan taken by the government of Fayose was the N10 billion grant from the Excess Crude Account, which was released to all States for capital projects, N2.8 billion requested from Wema Bank to pay State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) counterpart fund out of which N1 billion has been accessed and N600 million for MDGs counterpart fund, which has been repaid.”

Special Assistant to the State Governor on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, who reacted to the report in a release issued on Monday, said; “There is no recent bulletin from the DMO website concerning debt owed by any state as claimed in the false report. Nigerians, especially Ekiti people can visit the DMO website: https://www.dmo.gov.ng/debt-profile/domestic-debts for further clarification.”

“The website of the DMO is www.dmo.gov.ng, Nigerians can visit the website to see whether or not there was any bulletin published this month concerning debt owed by Ekiti State government.”

 

Author: Alexander

Web Developer and Administrator at HN Initiative

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