Photos: Fayose Gives Out More Christmas Rice To Ekiti People To Fulfill Stomach Infras.Promise

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Dec 22, 2014 – Pictures: Fayose Gives Out More Christmas Rice To Ekiti People To Fulfill Stomach Infrastructure Promise

The newly elected Governor of Ekiti state Ayo Fayose started his Christmas rice and chickens give away last week but unfortunately for Ekiti indigenes, the 80,000 chickens Fayose brought out finished less than 3 hours after the distribution started.

Many people left the governor’s house disappointed because they didn’t receive anything.

Today, the governor gave out more rice packaged in smaller bags and inspected the distribution himself.

See photos below:

Stomach infrastructure or employment program which one is better for the future of Ekiti people. How long will those small bags of rice last them.. Many people would have finished it before Christmas day.

Instead of giving people fishes for free, why don’t you show them how to fish #just thinking OL.

4 thoughts on “Photos: Fayose Gives Out More Christmas Rice To Ekiti People To Fulfill Stomach Infras.Promise

  1. May almighty Allah bless governor fayose for d rice and chicken he is giving to this poor people d governor really understand this people kayode fayemi have no idea about how to help our people all is doing is calling himself doctor but he can’t give any benefit to d people keep up d good job fayose !eventhough am not pdp supporter but I support governor fayose.

  2. I pray Fayose lives long to witness the evil effect of what he has embarked on today as a governor of Ekiti State. Fayose should ask the past governors of northern Nigeria who spent their days in government houses distributing stipends to hungry young men, how many times they have visited their home states since the Boko Haram insurgent started in their backyard states. The seed Fayose is planting today shall be harvested in his own life time, when his senseless mismanagements of the people’s resouces begin to produce young militants who’ll fight back at the society; then we will see whether he’ll make Abuja his refuge as done by most past northern leaders who also planted the seed of thousions of hungry extremists Boko Haram. The mandate given to Fayose at the polls did not confer on him becoming a Father Christmas but, to manage the resources of the state in a prudent and transparent manner, such that the poor and down trodden of Ekiti can be empowered to earn a decent living through their own handywork and not to turn them into professional beggers. The north have learnt their lessons the hard way in the manner they are paying the prize today from their past mistakes. Fayose should be adviced to pick lessons from the north and stop his propagandist approach to governance.

  3. I’m not surprise in anyway that Governor Fayose as become wholesale rice distributor to my own Ekiti people. He won the last governorship election by bribing people with token and many bags of rice with the help of president Jonathan. Now that he is the governor of Ekiti State, he feels that is a good idea to show some less preveilage people some appreciation by distributing bags of rice to them again. But those bags of rice distributed on the election day were about (25-30)kg. It seems that these new bags are like (5-10) kg. Both the federal and state government should create economic opportunities for our people and many generations of unborn Nigerians by building new roads, bridges, generating substantive quantity electricity, investing in Agriculture, investment in good and quality education, practice good governance free of corruption, and providing adequate security. When all these are in place in our states and the nation at large, both foreign and domestic investors will be attracted to create good paying jobs like in India, Brazil, and China for our struggling people. Giving people bags of rice that will probably last 3 to 4 days is not a realistic solutions to many problems confronting our people.

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