Fayemi reiterates commitment to rule of law, judicial reform
Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi yesterday inaugurated Mr. Obafemi Fasanmi as a judge of the state high court, restating the commitment of his administration to strengthen the judiciary and promote rule of law in the state.
Labour warns EKSUTH against planned mass sack
To avert a repeat of what happened a couple of weeks ago at the Ekiti State University (EKSU), where over 600 workers were disengaged, the organised labour has warned...
At Ekifest 2019, arts, culture take centre stage
Last week, Ekiti State stood still, as art and culture took over the landscape. The entire state literally poured into Ado, the capital, to celebrate this year’s Ekiti Festival...
2020 will be tougher for rapists, child traffickers in Ekiti —Fayemi
Wife of Ekiti State Governor, Mrs. Bisi Fayemi has said the government was committed to protecting children against all forms of molestations.
Fayemi signs N124.7b budget for 2020
Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has signed the 2020 Appropriation Bill of N124.7 billion into law, with a promise to deliver his electioneering promises to the people of the state.
Police in Ekiti State protest against ‘non-payment’ of election allowance
Policemen deployed from Ekiti State to Kogi for the November 16, 2019 governorship election are grumbling over alleged refusal of the authorities to pay their allowances.
Fayemi’s wife wants more commitment to fight against rape, domestic violence
Ekiti State First Lady, Erelu Bisi Fayemi, has called for more concerted efforts at fighting the increasing incidences of sexual and domestic violence against women in the country.
We can win Ekiti LG poll without SIEC, APC boasts
The All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday boasted that it could with the Ekiti State council election slated for December 7 with any assistance from the State...
Aggrieved monarchs divided over chairmanship litigation against Fayemi
The fight over the chairmanship seat of the Ekiti State Council of Traditional Rulers has assumed a different dimension, as the 17 Pelupelu Obas are divided over the rejection of Alawe of Ilawe-Ekiti, Oba Adebanji Alabi, as the new head of the council.