I Remain Committed To Ekiti Peace – Fayemi

October 10, 2014

Governor of Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi has restated his commitment to the peace and development of the State both in and out of office.

The Governor who reiterated this commitment in Ado Ekiti at a Jumat service marking the fourth anniversary of his administration stated that the State has enjoyed relative peace under the present administration.

Dr Fayemi said though there might be some setbacks, God has enabled the leadership of the State to remain strong and steady.

He thanked Ekiti indigenes for the support given to his government since he assumed office in October 2010.

“Setbacks are bound to happen in life but whatever happens, God has enabled us to remain strong and steady. The state is still peaceful even though the people may not have got all they desire. But I am here to show gratitude for standing by my administration, and for your prayers for us. I want you to know that whether I am in government or not, the peace of Ekiti State and it progress and all that will make cooperation reign among the people are important to me. And I will never at any time relent in pursuing peace for the State”, he said.

Earlier in his message, the Chief Missioner of the Ansaru-deen Central mosque, Ado Ekiti, Alhaji Hadi Adebayo who was represented by Ustas Mohammed Abdulmutolib stressed the importance of gratitude; saying that everyone who fails to show gratitude for any good done to them should be ready for God’s wrath.

Adebayo who commended Governor Fayemi for embarking on a Thank You tour of the State urged people to emulate the Governor’s gesture because gratitude breeds generosity.

While stressing that the AUD Mission was apolitical, the Chief Missioner Said Fayemi’s strides are evident in all parts of the State and the projects are not put in place for the benefit of the Governor’s family but all Ekiti people.

He added that the fate of every man has been written in God’s book and no one can shy away from the path God had lay down for them.

Last modified: October 10, 2014

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