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Oyebanji Restates Commitment To Workers’ Welfare

Ekiti State Governor Biodun Oyebanji has restated his administration’s commitment to workers welfare and patronage of local content in a bid to grow the state’s economy ensure excellent service delivery.
The governor said that the government would continue to prioritise the welfare of workers and pensioners in the state, as well as accelerated development of the grassroots.
He stated this in Ado Ekiti while presenting 38 official vehicles to Heads of Local Government Administration (HLAs) in the State’s local government and local council development areas (LCDAs).
Oyebanji stated that the decision to patronize Ekiti State Motor Dealers Association in procuring the vehicles was to ensure that everybody feels the impact of the government in their daily endeavors.
Represented at the event by the Head of Service, Mr Bamidele Agbede, he said the cars were distributed to assist the HLAs in performing their day-to-day activities and increase their productivity and efficiency.
He commended the chairmen of local governments and local council development areas for various developmental projects executed in their areas within 200 days of his administration and charged them to ensure proper monitoring of the projects to make sure they are delivered according to specifications.
“Let me assure you that this administration will continue to fulfill its obligations to workers. We are not going to renege on our promise as captured in our road map to keep Ekiti working. 
Today, these 38 official vehicles that will be handed over to heads of government administration will, no doubt assist in performing the day-to-day activities in their respective Local Government areas and LCDAs, hence, increasing efficiency and productivity at the grassroots,” he said.


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