Ekiti State House of Assembly has passed two bills into law in the state since its inauguration, promising that the cordial relationship that exist between the House and Governor Ayo Fayose’s government will ever remain cordial.
The Speaker, Rt. Hon Kola Oluwawole, in a speech delivered at a press briefing yesterday on the floor of the House to the 100 days after inauguration, reiterated the determination of members of the 5th Assembly to give the best in terms of legislation to the electorate.
The Assembly, at a plenary had passed a vote of confidence on Governor Fayose, who it said had taken dividends of democracy to the people of the state, particularly those at the grassroots, despite the paucity of funds facing the state.
All the members of the House spoke glowingly about the governor, highlighting some of the achievements he had recorded in less than one year in office and how he has proved to be acceptable to the majority of the state’s citizens.
Oluwawole said; “the task is enormous, though, we shall leave no stone unturned to deliver appropriately and accurately the dividends of democracy to our dear people.
“I wish to put on record, the cordial relationship that exists between the legislative and executive arms. This becomes possible for the untiring efforts and giant strides of our amiable, pragmatic and ebullient governor, Dr Peter Ayodele Fayose, whose efforts on development and growth of Ekiti State the legislature is complementing. I make bold to emphasise that the love between these two arms of government shall never die.”
He noted that the actions of the House had taken its legislative duties within the period under review, stating that; “in furtherance of its legislative business, the 5th Assembly has had 11 plenary sittings during which state assignments were attended to,” while also enumerating the important resolutions the House had made in furtherance to good governance.
The Speaker gave the people of the state the assurance that what the House had achieved within the 100 days was only a tip of the iceberg, compared to what the House had in the offing.

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