Abuja- Governor-elect of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has pledged to run an all-inclusive government in order to move the state forward.
Fayose said in Abuja on Thursday that good governance would be better done when the state administration was broad-based.
The governor-elect said his administration would make use of technocrats within the party and not from outside.
"When you say 'all-inclusive’ it doesn’t mean that you will go and give these jobs to people who did not work.
"There are enough technocrats inside our party.
"It will be suicidal for any governor to abandon people that have worked for this support. There are learned, responsible people in our party in Ekiti.
To prove his point he said he would remove the gates at the government house so that the people could move in and out of the government house freely.
He also said that he would provide free meals for people wandering in the streets and give them a sense of belonging.
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