Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti state who is currently the chairman of the Nigeria Governor’s forum is advocating for a unicameral legislature in his speech at the just concluded 25th edition of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group conference.
The Ekiti state governor told stakeholders to look into the size of government and scrap the senate because the country only needs the House of Representatives.
“We do need to look at the size of government in Nigeria and I am an advocate of a unicameral legislature. What we really need is the house of representatives because that is what represents,” he said.
“You have three senators from little Ekiti and you have three senators from Lagos state. It’s a no-brainer that it’s unequal, I guess the principle is not proportionality but that if you are a state, you get it automatically but I think that we can do away with that. There are several things that we can do away within the government.
“The Oronsaye report that proposed mergers of several MDAs that are doing the same thing is something that the government should pay serious attention to and reduce the resources being expended on them” Governor Kayode Fayemi added. Photo Credit: Getty