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Fayose has money to pay 3 months salaries - Ex-Finance Minister

14 June 2016, 19:24

Abuja - A former Commissioner of Finance in Ekiti State, Dapo Kolawole has stated that Governor Ayodele Fayose has a sum of three month's salaries available to him to pay outstanding wages, Punch reports.

Also read: EFCC says freezing of accounts under investigation not vindictive

Kolawole has blamed Fayose for the dire financial situation that the Ekiti State finds itself in.

He is cited as blaming gross incompetence and lack of capacity on the part of Fayose for the economic crisis the State finds itself in.

He also claims that the local government had funds available to pay workers an approximate of three months salaries, which would reduce the economic crisis which is crippling the State.

Workers are owed 5 months salaries and have been recently protesting against the non-payment of their due wages.

- News 24


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