Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, on Friday gave his administration thumb ups, saying it had performed well with the landmark projects, policies and programmes it embarked on.
Fayemi said, “As a government, every sector of our social life and economy received adequate attention. Social services, education, healthcare, agriculture, water supply, and road construction were prioritised and given the deserved attention”.
The governor, who spoke in his ‘Valedictory State of the State Address’ delivered at the state House of Assembly, said, “Without sounding immodest, we can confidently state that we have remained faithful to our campaign promises and their fulfillment”.
He said, “From October 16, 2018 (inauguration date), I was conscious of the limited time at my disposal to serve Ekiti State for the second and the last time. This accounted for how we hit the ground running from day-one, leaving no stone unturned with a purposeful and impactful agenda.
“In retrospect, considering the realities of the period, I am glad to report back to you that, indeed, we have finished the race well with legacy policies, programmes and projects.”