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Fayemi seeks greater commitment from Nigerians, congratulates Ekiti


Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi

Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, has congratulated Nigerians on the country’s 59th independence anniversary celebration, calling for greater commitment on the part of citizens to the greatness of the country.

Fayemi in his goodwill message in Ado-Ekiti yesterday also congratulated the people of Ekiti State on the 23rd anniversary of the creation of the state.

He urged the Ekiti at home and in the Diaspora, to join hands with the state government in repositioning the state as a destination of choice to live in and invest.


“The present administration is laying a solid foundation for all-round development of the state, focusing on its five pillars of development, huge investments in knowledge economy, urban, agricultural, industrial and human capital development.”

Noting that his administration’s policies have started to yield positive results with an attendant boost in the quality of life of the average citizens, Fayemi said he was confident that the state and its people would return to the frontlines.

“I congratulate Nigerians on the country’s 59th independence anniversary and I urge all Ekiti people and Nigerians to remain steadfast in our collective effort to make the country a better place for us all to live in.

“Similarly, I felicitate with Ekiti people on the 23rd anniversary of the creation of our dear state. We may not have attained all that we would love to attain, but we can look back and give thanks to God for how much he has helped us.

“Mention must also be made of the efforts made by successive administrations to develop the state as well as the leadership that has been provided by all the former chief executives of the state.

“The task of rebuilding and repositioning the state is a collective effort and through your cooperation, we shall build a truly prosperous state and put our state firmly on the path of honour and irreversible development,” a statement by the governor added.

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