Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Fayose Awards N1.2bn Contract To Carpenters In Ekiti

Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has awarded a N1.2bn contract to the Carpenters and Furniture Association of Ekiti State. According to Punch, the association on Monday evening signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the state government on the contract.

The Chief of Staff to Fayose, Chief Dipo Anisulowo, who represented the governor at the occasion, said the contract was part of the stomach infrastructure programme of Fayose.

Anisulowo said, “This is an empowerment project. We are awarding the furniture aspect of the Millennium Development Goals project to these local furniture makers. The project covers about six local government areas in Ekiti State, so they will make the chairs and the tables for all the schools in the six LGAs.


“The whole project would cost the government about N1.2bn. This gesture by the governor is the first of its kind in Ekiti State. The governor did this to make good his promise to empower local contractors and artisans in the state.”

He appealed to the artisans to make good use of the opportunity.

“I hope you would not disappoint the governor because he has reposed a lot of confidence in you to have given you this project. I pray you will reciprocate his kind gesture by doing a very good job,” he told the carpenters.

Chairman of the association, Michael Adeyemi, expressed gratitude to the state government on behalf of his members.


32 comments:

  1. Stomach infrastructure is working

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    1. Stomach infrastructure pays
      thank God

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  2. MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person o.


    Ok.. O
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    ^™THAT EDO BOY.COM~

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  3. If they are wise they will make a landmark ....now is there time.I pray to have good skills to empress the government.for recommendations purposes.

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  4. It's obvious this is part of pdp campaign's strategy to get more votes in the coming election

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  5. I see someone wants to loot as much as he can before GMB comes into power and kicks him out for rigging......let's see if he can spend that money in kirikiri

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  6. @Fayose. Is working


    Ekiti is moving







    @Galore

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  7. Huh??? Is this man joking??? 1.2 bn for carpenter??? Ekiti people what a shame u av such idiot as a Governor

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  8. Congratulations to the beneficiaries

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  9. Kudos to u sir fayose upon ur too much talk u still perform an make ur people proud.

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  10. I hope they will make good use of the opportunity given to them

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  11. I hope he's not trying to cover up his election rigging

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  12. Fayose is working

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  13. Noted. i
    what is the latest information on petrol? It is now 100 naira per litre and transportation fare is high. Please keep us updated

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  14. Fayose is working


    PDP is working



    Jonah must continue

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  15. Hmm..i just hope people are truly benefitting from this & it's not another scam like Fayose's Poultry scheme where N4billion is still 'unaccounted' for till this v day & the case is still pending in court or wasn't that the reason he was impeached first time around as governor?

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  16. 1.2 billion naira on only stomach project. Waste of public funds

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  17. This is not real. Means of looting money into his personal pocket

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  18. Please what's the quality control?

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