Fayose Fires Back At Fayemi – Pay Workers Salaries, You Were Voted To Do What I Could Not Do

fayose fires back at fayemi

Fayose fires back at Fayemi , you must pay workers salaries because you were voted to do that

Governor Fayemi has been urged via his predecessor Ayodele Fayose to pay workers’ salaries in Ekiti – Fayose was once reacting to Fayemi’s claim that he (Fayose) left N57 billion money owed

The former governor, however, wished Fayemi nicely as he celebrates one yr anniversary in workplace

Ayodele Fayose has advised Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti country to pay people salaries considering the fact that he (Fayemi) was once elected to do what he (Fayose) should not do.

The former Ekiti governor stated this on his Twitter handle in response to allegations levelled via Fayemi against his administration.

fayose fires back at fayemi

“I want you well as you rejoice your one 12 months anniversary in workplace with any luck with ‘visible projects’ that will talk for you tomorrow.

Above all YE, I am no longer eligible to contest Ekiti Guber, so let’s have some peace.

I read besides shock & as traditional @kfayemi normal brandishing of figures owed Ekiti people & retirees with the aid of my administration.

Without becoming a member of troubles with him,rather than public service announcement, I enjoin him to pay the workers.

Moreso he was “voted” for to do what I couldn’t do,” Fayose tweeted.

Fayemi of Ekiti had on Tuesday, September 17, said that the workers in the country civil provider have been currently being owed N57 billion as arrears of unpaid salaries and emoluments.

The governor claimed the trend used to be triggered via irregular repayments of salaries and pensions by means of the instantaneous past administration of Fayose.

fayose fires back at fayemi

He said the arrears protected exquisite salaries, pensions, promoting arrears, leave bonuses and different emoluments from 2014 until October 2018 when he assumed office.

Fayose is being prosecuted through the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission over N6.9 billion fraud and money laundering charges. two

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