Ekiti Senator, Raji Rasaki Congratulates Fayemi, APC

SENATOR Fatimat Raji Rasaki representing Ekiti Central Senatorial District has described the victory of Dr Kayode Fayemi of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the just concluded gubernatorial election in the state  as the beginning of restoration of values and dignity.

Senator Raji Rasaki on Sunday stated this in her congratulatory message to Dr Fayemi and APC.

The lawmaker said Dr Fayemi is a pride and a true symbol of what Ekiti stands for in terms of academic excellence, admnistrative accumen and track record of performances

She commended the Ekiti people for rejecting the evil arrangement of Ayo Fayose led PDP which has been  impoverishing the people and insulting their sensibility with crumbs which he termed stomach infrastructure.

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Rasaki stressed, ” Most of us that left the PDP left because Fayose is already changing the status of our state from the fountain of knowledge to citadel of fools, a state where mediocrity reigns supreme and we can no longer tolerate that.

” Fayose and his cohorts are not only a threat to the growth of Ekiti state they are misnormer in government because they think governance is all about blabbing, making noise and stealing public funds.”

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While enjoining the governor elect to consider his victory as an avenue to right the wrongs and change the negative impression  about the state caused by Fayose’s maladmnistration, Senator Rasaki also urged him to set a new record that will promote integrity, unity and development of the state.

She, however congratulated President Muhamadu Buhari, leaders of All progressives congress (APC) for their efforts in returning the state into the progressive fold .

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