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FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by NgeneUkwenu(f): 9:46am On Jul 11
Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, yesterday distanced himself from the decision of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) to cut staff strength of the public service as a way out of the current economic challenges facing the nation.

Governor Fayose said that the decision could not have represented the collective will of the NGF, alleging that: “It could at best be described as an agenda of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and its central government, which appears to be clueless about revamping the Nigerian economy.”

Fayose, who stated categorically that Ekiti State should be counted out of such arrangement, insisted; “I like to restate that workers remain critical stakeholders in governance in Nigeria and as such, their rights and privileges must be protected and guaranteed at all times in the spirit and letters of the Nigerian Constitution, particularly the fundamental objectives and directive principles of state policy.


“It’s painful that a Government which indulged in propaganda and promised to alleviate the sufferings of Nigerians could consider the idea of retrenching workers within its first six months in office alongside the withdrawal of subsidy on petroleum products.

“It’s a known fact that some state Governors plunged their states into huge debts very carelessly and recklessly thus mortgaging the lives and souls of their states.

“There is therefore no moral justification for a resort to job cut. The social implications of laying off workers at this critical period include social crimes like robbery, suicide and all sorts of malfeasance.”


According to him, governors must go and engage with their people, through interactions on the way forward.

Continuing, Fayose stated that “sate governors and parties that cannot cope with basic obligations particularly payment of workers salaries may want to step down for more competent manager.

“State governors must ensure drastic reduction of costs of governance especially those of pleasure for such executives; central and state governments must cut down on foreign travels and huge estacodes; and we all must look inwardly for alternative means of sourcing revenue rather that resort to borrowing.”

https://www.google.com/amp/dailypost.ng/2015/12/05/governors-that-cant-pay-salaries-should-resign-fayose/amp/

lalasticlala let us teach promise and fail governors less(PDP and APC)

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Firefire(m): 9:55am On Jul 11
wonderful statement...

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by GoTV: 9:56am On Jul 11
grin Yet he owes a year salary. He will be retired to oblivion on Saturday.

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by NgeneUkwenu(f): 9:59am On Jul 11
Firefire:
wonderful statement...

From your heart?

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Firefire(m): 10:04am On Jul 11
NgeneUkwenu:


From your heart?


From my head. No thiking required.


We must ensure this current hunger and terrorism accross Nigeria is brought to an end by kicking out the terrorist organization called APC.

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by RevenGeMission: 10:06am On Jul 11
The bastard owes salaries as well, abi he wants to resign so that his small handpicked boy can be a governor for a few days ??

Oloriburuku oshi

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by RevenGeMission: 10:09am On Jul 11
So head is not for thinking ??


No wonder you bunch litter this place with thoughtless comments

Firefire:



From my head. No thiking required.


We must ensure this current hunger and terrorism accross Nigeria is brought to an end by kicking out the terrorist organization called APC.

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Firefire(m): 10:21am On Jul 11
RevenGeMission:
So head is not for thinking ??


No wonder you bunch litter this place with thoughtless comments

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by buhariguy(m): 10:25am On Jul 11
OK, fayose said this when body dey catch am.

When He was doing " you must notice me "
When he was doing opposition without sense.
When he was trying to be popular.

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Hafeexla(m): 10:33am On Jul 11
I shall stand on my word' with my pvc on saturday i shall cast my vote for fayemi. working2wardvictory

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Firefire(m): 10:48am On Jul 11
RevenGeMission:


Yes we know , you already said your head is not for thinking , you are a robot , anything related to Buhari's goodness, you go there to condemn, anything sorrowful about Buhari , you go there to jubilate and cum all around


Fayose is owing salaries , he said all governors owing should resign, you said it's a good statement ... someone actually tried to correct you impression, that's when you said your brain is not for thinking , your response is automated

If brain is not for thinking i wonder what you need a head or internet for

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Radiants: 11:23am On Jul 11
lol.. he said this in 2015. this is 2018.

do as I say not do as I do... funny man

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by ZKOSOSO(m): 11:41am On Jul 11
Events and time do change.
Buhari himself is an event of Darkness.

So kiss the change.
Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by NgeneUkwenu(f): 11:42am On Jul 11
lalasticlala can we remind Fayose his promise grin
Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by kahal29: 11:55am On Jul 11
NgeneUkwenu:
lalasticlala can we remind Fayose his promise grin

See photo

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by new2012: 12:39pm On Jul 11
..

So the OP can bring back old news when Fayose said such but can't bring back news of less than 4 months old when Fayemi almost sold Ajaokuta had NASS not blocked him


A minister that the house of rep passed vote of no confidence on.

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Sirpaul(m): 12:40pm On Jul 11
whereas he has so many gullible followers here on NL

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Stycon(m): 12:41pm On Jul 11
By thy word, thou shall be judged...but he is resigning to assign his successor cool
Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by vivaciousvivi(f): 12:41pm On Jul 11
Gov Yahaya Bello would be like " Fayose, this table you are shaking...." Lol

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by candy(f): 12:44pm On Jul 11
Governance in Nigeria is a cycle of doom...from one bad government to another lipsrsealed

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by Ayoswit(f): 12:46pm On Jul 11
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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by itswell1: 12:46pm On Jul 11
NgeneUkwenu:
Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, yesterday distanced himself from the decision of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) to cut staff strength of the public service as a way out of the current economic challenges facing the nation.

Governor Fayose said that the decision could not have represented the collective will of the NGF, alleging that: “It could at best be described as an agenda of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and its central government, which appears to be clueless about revamping the Nigerian economy.”

Fayose, who stated categorically that Ekiti State should be counted out of such arrangement, insisted; “I like to restate that workers remain critical stakeholders in governance in Nigeria and as such, their rights and privileges must be protected and guaranteed at all times in the spirit and letters of the Nigerian Constitution, particularly the fundamental objectives and directive principles of state policy.


“It’s painful that a Government which indulged in propaganda and promised to alleviate the sufferings of Nigerians could consider the idea of retrenching workers within its first six months in office alongside the withdrawal of subsidy on petroleum products.

“It’s a known fact that some state Governors plunged their states into huge debts very carelessly and recklessly thus mortgaging the lives and souls of their states.

“There is therefore no moral justification for a resort to job cut. The social implications of laying off workers at this critical period include social crimes like robbery, suicide and all sorts of malfeasance.”


According to him, governors must go and engage with their people, through interactions on the way forward.

Continuing, Fayose stated that “sate governors and parties that cannot cope with basic obligations particularly payment of workers salaries may want to step down for more competent manager.

“State governors must ensure drastic reduction of costs of governance especially those of pleasure for such executives; central and state governments must cut down on foreign travels and huge estacodes; and we all must look inwardly for alternative means of sourcing revenue rather that resort to borrowing.”

https://www.google.com/amp/dailypost.ng/2015/12/05/governors-that-cant-pay-salaries-should-resign-fayose/amp/

lalasticlala let us teach promise and fail governors less(PDP and APC)

Fayoshit is owiing civil servants in the states over 6 months salaries. Wonder sha neva end.

Fayoshit is not fit to be even be councillor, this is the first time a sitting governor has no ethics/protocol for asitting presidents.

Anyway i know fayoshit is preparing to run out of the country when he loses the immunity he has.

Elections are not won in Social media, Pigs family una hear? thats how you people boasted in Edo and lost, boasted in ondo nd lost, boasted in lagos and lost, boasted in osun and lost.

Saturday is round the corner , no more federal might again and you can see him running around like headless chicken and crying wolf because he knows the game is up.

Sai baba will win next year because he has performed despite the difficult terrain he met on ground.

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by killuminati(m): 12:48pm On Jul 11
Fayose is a Malaga cry
Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by critique2(m): 12:51pm On Jul 11
Yes, Okorocha and all of them inclusive.
Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by RexTramadol1(m): 12:52pm On Jul 11
NgeneUkwenu:
lalasticlala can we remind Fayose his promise grin


I'm sure you didn't go through what you posted.



The dude met huge debts bfr he came into office



Even reducing estacodes amongst others can't solve such problems



Don't forget, in the build up to the 2014 elections Fayemi employed so many into the civil service without chanelling a way to pay their salaries



Fayose even did well not to retrench them.



You just pick words without seeing what he actually was depicting like those northern governors who have accumulated debts without sourcing for ways to service them.


Buh you've done ur job for meagre 30k kudos!.

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by yazach: 12:53pm On Jul 11
Lol

This man will soon become IPOB President then he will pay his workers nicely

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by alen4smith(m): 1:03pm On Jul 11
RexTramadol1:



I'm sure you didn't go through what you posted.



The dude met huge debts bfr he came into office



Even reducing estacodes amongst others can't solve such problems



Don't forget, in the build up to the 2014 elections Fayemi employed so many into the civil service without chanelling a way to pay their salaries



Fayose even did well not to retrench them.



You just pick words without seeing what he actually was depicting like those northern governors who have accumulated debts without sourcing for ways to service them.


Buh you've done ur job for meagre 30k kudos!.
just keep shut you hypocritical creature!somebody who failed the basics of governance and you are defending the clown

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Re: FlashBack: Governors That Can’t Pay Salaries Should Resign – Fayose by slimfit1(m): 1:07pm On Jul 11
Coup go happen soon this time i feel sorry for these useless generals Buhari remember shagari its your turn now.

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