Fayose approves N237million car loan for Ekiti workers

Ayo Fayose, Ekiti state governor.

The Ekiti State governor, Ayodele Fayose, has approved the immediate disbursement of N236,860,000 as motor vehicle loan to 773 workers in the state’s public service.

The state commissioner for Finance, Toyin Ojo, who made this known in Ado-Ekiti, said the loan, which ranges from N80,000 to N1.5 million, would be paid in full to the beneficiaries.

He said the grade levels of the 773 beneficiaries were taken into consideration in approving the loan for them.

The commissioner said applicants who could not meet up with the screening condition of 50 percent of their net pay set by the State government would be considered as soon as the condition is met.

He advised civil servants who applied to check their names on the list at the state accountant general’s office.

Mr. Ojo emphasized the commitment of the Mr. Fayose’s administration to the welfare of workers, promising that another list of beneficiaries of the car loan would be released in due course.


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  • joe

    A new system of government indeed! No Plans, No strategy, no vision. Just distribution of money among the big guys and distribution of food to the rest . 🙂

    • Dr.Dan

      Governance is not just about road construction its goes beyond that it entails improving the total leaving conditions of the people. Giving loan to civil servant is a good thing. You need to be a civil servant to appreciate what this means. And mind you some civil servant will build a house with it some will even invest it and become rich. so we should commend Fayose

    • Lanre Badmus

      Hahahaha! Na so e dey pain you reach?? Chai! Bad belle fit kill you!
      Please go through your comment again and see your foolishness!
      Poor state civil servants are now ‘big guys’??
      Chai! Wicked fellow! Will you prefer Ekiti to be in the same situation as the APC model- Osun state??
      LWKMD!

    • Kashim

      This is uncharitable. You sound as evil(or more) as tundemess the sadist.
      A dog in a manger indeed. Assuming you are employed in an organisation, will you see a loan offered to enhance your welfare as a bad thing? Must you people play politics with every issue? Can you tell us what your comment has been on the way the man in Osun has run the state aground?
      Evil man!

      • joe

        If that “Organisation” is being run by an ex danfo-driver, who has been accused of murder, fraud, arrangee, stealing, election-manipulation and every heinous crime in this world, then I would see a persistent distribution of rice and other “stomach-infrastructural” wares to the people “as a bad thing” – Your guy is not expected to liquidate all the wealth of the state, but use it to build it up by investing in the future (see Lagos). Besides why do you guys kept comparing your employer (Fayose’s) government to that of the “the man in Osun” who “has run the state aground”?? Why not compare him to that of Lagos or some other more progressive states? Do you now see what i meant by “No Plans, No strategy, no vision”? 🙂

  • Comfortkay

    Is this an achievement? giving car loans to the state public servants that normally comes late is no achievement. The money can be used to put in place insfrastructure that the people of Ekiti needs.