Fayemi Signs 4 Bills Into Law

October 17, 2013

Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi has signed the Land use Act, Ekiti State Safety Commission bill, Ekiti public works amendment bill, and the State Local Government appropriation bill into law; saying that the laws would help provide the  platform to move the State to the next level of growing its economy.

 Signing the laws in Ado Ekiti, the Governor said the was need for people to embrace the laws in order to create the modern State that the people had desired.

 Dr Fayemi assured that Government will put in place mechanism for the implementation of the Land Use Act though it might not be immediate as government is doing the geographic gps of the state so that property put in place could have value.

 The Governor who disclosed that the state government would be establishing a safety commission in order to coordinate emergency services and teach the people about safety, said the Commission would among others look into sanitary issues as they affect buildings without toilet facilities, fire extinguishers, and other safety matters.

 Speaking on the efforts of the State House of Assembly since its inauguration in 2011, Dr Fayemi described the Assembly as second to known as it has passed 54 bills which are as well signed into Law.

 He added that the cooperation between the two arms of government is responsible for the development recorded in the State by his administration.

 Earlier in his remarks, the Speaker of the Assembly, Dr Adewale Omirin said the hardworking attitude of the Assembly is informed by its commitment to the development of the State.

He opined that the various laws which the Governor had assented to have been practically translated into the physical development and transformation witnessed by the State.

 The event was witnessed by members of the State House of Assembly and  members of the State executive council.

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