The Ekiti State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has lambasted former Governor Ayo Fayose, for allegedly being responsible for the decay of public infrastructures during his last tenure.
The party, while describing Fayose’s regime as a disaster to the people of Ekiti State, revealed that revenue generating public utilities under Fayose’s watch were neglected under his government.
The Spokesperson of the party, Mr. Ade Ajayi, in a statement on Thursday in Ado Ekiti, stated that PDP government was a waste that never added value to Ekiti People.
Ajayi lamented that Fayose abandoned all the viable projects of Fayemi that could be boosting the economy of the State for his own white elephant projects which consumed billions of Naira.
Ajayi also accused the Fayose government of destroying the Ekiti heritage and Commonwealth, adding that Fayose ran a “prodigal government”
He lamented the poor and horrible condition of Ikogosi Warm Spring resort, Gossy Water Company, Fountain Hotels, Civic Centre, Ire Burnt Bricks Limited, among others.
Ajayi wondered why the Fayose led administration could have abandoned projects that could have improved the Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) to assist the government in paying the salary of workers, improve the Infrastructural development of the state and better the lots of Ekiti people.
He also accused the ex-governor of embarking on white elephant project that added no value to the people of the state
He explained further that Fayose had nothing on ground to show the ecological funds, Paris Club refund cash, Budget Support Fund and monthly allocations for four years.
He added: “The PDP government constructed bridge that had no beginning and end,no water underneath it and just placed on dry land which has turned the State and its people to laughing stock.
“We want to assure Ekiti people that Governor Fayemi has come to give them succour to alleviate the hardship unleashed on them in the last four years.”
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