Examining Gov. Fayemi’s Two Years of Governance in Ekiti
As Governor Kayode Fayemi clocks two years in office today, fifteen Traditional Rulers have been installed in Ekiti State and presented Instrument of Appointment and Staff of Office within the twenty-four months.
The governor also granted autonomy to five Quarters to exist as communities and operate under law as towns with recognized Obas, while crises of about fifteen to fifty years which could had caused unrest over lands and Chieftaincy titles were settled among various communities in Ekiti State.
Our Correspondent Oriola Afolabi, who has been monitoring activities in the Ministry of Local Government and Bureau of Chieftancy Affairs, under the leadership of the State Deputy Governor Otunba Bisi Egbeyemi, reports that three Traditional Rulers chased away from their palaces by angry residents were reunited with their subjects within the period under review.