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Fayemi: ex-Governor Fayose left N155.79b debt

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Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has expressed concern over the state’s debt profile under the immediate past Ayodele Fayose administration.

The governor said his predecessor left an humongous debt profile of N155,791,785,214 as at October 16, before he assumed office.

Fayemi made the allegations in his “State of the State” address marking his administration’s first 100 days in office on the floor of the House of Assembly in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital.

He said the debt profile figures, which encompass the accounts of the state from October 2014 to last October, were arrived at after engaging the services of an external auditing firm, the Price WaterHouse Cooper, to thoroughly audit the state’s books.

The breakdown of the debt profile, the governor said, included loan, N57,694 billion; salary arrears, N16,777 billion; outstanding leave bonus, N4,402 billion; outstanding (National Youth Service Corps) Corpers’ allowance, N28,883 million; outstanding subvention, N4,770 billion; pension and gratuity arrears, N39,775 billion and outstanding contractors claims, N28,575 billion.

Others include outstanding furniture allowance, N470,266 million; outstanding severance allowance, N586,144 million; monetised vehicle arrears, N101,243 million; outstanding warrants, N386,777 billion; outstanding (Federal Inland Revenue Service) FIRS obligation, N184,215 million; traditional rulers’ arrears, N150,214 million; judgment debts, N95,048 million and other outstanding liabilities, N1,792 billion.

Fayemi noted that though his administration had tried to distance itself from political witch- hunt and media trials, but “the fact that the present is the product of the past is incontrovertible”.
He added: “We must examine our tortuous path with a view to charting a new path to economic recovery and value restoration.”

Fayemi said his administration inherited a state that was in chaos and a people severely disoriented under a suppressive government that allegedly raised and promoted deceit into a stagecraft.

“The last 100 days have clearly shown to us, in a very practical manner, that with clarity of vision, the resolve to push through and the unflinching support of the people, there are endless possibilities in our capacities to steer our state on the path of progress.

“Despite the meagre resources at our disposal, we are meticulously delivering on our promises to the people through our various short, medium and long-term socio-economic intervention programmes.

“We must examine our tortuous path with a view to charting a new course for a prosperous destination, not only for us but also for our unborn children,” he said.


http://thenationonlineng.net/fayemi-ex-governor-fayose-left-n155-79b-debt/


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16 Comments Nigeria News
iammicharles• 3 months ago
Hmmmm
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Olite1996• 3 months ago
how come
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AR-RIDOH• 3 months ago
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olakunle031009• 3 months ago
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Abdulrazaqmtanko1• 3 months ago
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Abdulrazaqmtanko1• 3 months ago
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Danson92• 3 months ago
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AdetolaAkomolafe• 3 months ago
Pls do ur own work nd stop blaming past govt...during ur own time den...how much debt did u leave...
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Jabless• 3 months ago
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Iamajtofunmi• 3 months ago
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Keshinismail• 3 months ago
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Fatimabello• 3 months ago
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Irphilippe• 3 months ago
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innkayobami• 3 months ago
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yetty031009• 3 months ago
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Abiodun• 3 months ago
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