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28 Oct
Gov. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti has inaugurated a 5-Megawatt Independent Power Project (IPP) in Ekiti, as a way of addressing the shortage of electricity supply to Institutions and private sector in the state.
22 Oct
As part of its efforts to check deforestation, erosion and to control flooding, the Ekiti State Government has begun the planting of five million crops and economic trees across nine government
19 Oct
There is already politics in the air in the Fountain of Knowledge, as Ekiti State is fondly called, as the 2022 governorship election becomes the next big item on the state’s timetable.
4 Oct
Vehicular movement was affected yesterday, as people of Iworoko-Ekiti, in Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area of Ekiti State, took to the streets to demand the appointment of a new traditional ruler
30 Sep
A Federal High Court sitting in Ilorin has sentenced Gabriel Akinluyi, a Tranex Courier service worker, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, to six months in Correctional Service over offences bordering on internet fraud.
25 Sep
The Ekiti State government has raised the alarm over the outbreak of cholera with the discovery of five suspected cases in Moba local council of the state.
21 Sep
ACM Hygenius Omeje, Zonal Commanding Officer, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) R8HK Headquarters, Ilorin, Kwara, says the corps recorded 41 deaths from road crashes, from January to September in Ekiti.
17 Sep
The Ekiti State Government has debunked the rumour that some COVID-19 vaccines are spoilt due to the lack of electricity supply in the state.
16 Sep
For the wellbeing of the citizenry, the Senate has endorsed the establishment of two federal health universities in Ekiti and Nasarawa states.
5 Sep
A factional group, Repositioning Movement, in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ekiti, has elected Mr Lateef Ajijola
21 Aug
Following the flood prediction for this year, the Federal Government has disclosed that it has placed its response agencies on red alert in flood prone areas of Ekiti State to avert disasters.
13 Aug
Miss Gift Agenoisa, a JSS1 female student of Mary Immaculate Secondary School , Ado- Ekiti, has dragged the Ekiti Government, before a state High Court, seeking N15 million

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