In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 21st, August, 2020

LG Chairman Who Printed And Distributed Governor Fayemi’s 2023 Presidential Posters Lands In Scorching Soup

LG Chairman Who Printed And Distributed Governor Fayemi’s 2023 Presidential Posters Lands In Hot Soup

Governor Kayode Fayemi's 2023 Presidential campaign poster

Governor Kayode Fayemi’s 2023 Presidential marketing campaign poster


Ikere Native Authorities Chairman, Mr Femi Ayodele who printed and distributed 2023 presidential marketing campaign posters of Ekiti state Governor Kayode Fayemi has been suspended.


It was gathered that he distributed unauthorised presidential marketing campaign posters for Governor Kayode Fayemi.


Ayodele had sponsored marketing campaign posters canvassing for Governor Fayemi to contest as a presidential candidate beneath the platform of the All Progressive Congress in 2023.


The posters, which have change into topic of political debates and innuendos on totally different platforms, exhibits Governor Fayemi clad in an lovable sky blue Agbada with a blue striped Awolowo cap.


The message on the posters with APC emblem reads: “Help His Excellency Dr. John Kayode Fayemi for President 2023.”


The council chairman was suspended unanimously by the lawmakers on the meeting’s plenary presided over by the Speaker Funminiyi Afuye on Friday.


The choice adopted a movement moved by the Majority Chief of the Meeting, Chief Gboyega Aribisogan and seconded by Mr Tajudeen Akingbolu, Ekiti West Constituency 1, APC.


The movement was entitled: “Calling for investigation into the alleged unsolicited and unauthorised marketing campaign within the media in flagrant disregard to Extant Rules by Chairman, Ikere Native Authorities Space, Mr. Femi Ayodele”.


The lawmakers by a decision unanimously suspended the council chairman, pending the completion of the meeting’s investigation on the matter.


The Meeting additionally dedicated the matter to its Home Committee on Native Authorities and Chieftaincy Affairs for thorough investigation.

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The speaker who hailed from the identical council with Ayodele directed the ad-hoc committee to submit its report back to the Home inside one week.

Contributing throughout debate, Mr Steven Aribasoye (Ikole Constituency 2) and his counterpart Mr Olajide Adegoke, (Efon) described Ayodele’s motion as a crass embarrassment to Governor Fayemi.


The lawmakers, who known as for obligatory and applicable motion in opposition to Ayodele, famous that the ill-concieved motion was flagrantly antithetical to the extant provisions of the Electoral Act, 2010 as amended.


In the meantime, the Home additionally debated and dedicated the Ekiti Institute of Native Governmnt Research Invoice, 2020 to its Committee on Native Authorities and Chieftaincy Affairs for additional legislative scrutiny.


Mr. Ajibade Adeyemi, representing Moba Constituency 1, mentioned the invoice when handed would enhance professionalism of council employees and invariably improve their productiveness.


The Home later adjourned the sitting to Monday, August 24, 2020.


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