The Governor Ayo Fayose-led Ekiti State government has revealed that the N3.3 billion State Pavilion Project constructed by the government of former governor Kayode Fayemi is nothing near the true infrastructural picture that was previously projected.
This was made known by the Ekiti State Commissioner for Information, Youth and Sports, Lanre Ogunsuyi and the Chairman of the State House Committee on Information, Youth and Sports, Gboyega Aribisogan during an inspection tour of the site conducted in with journalists.
The commissioner regretted that the project was commissioned by current President Muhammadu Buhari before he assumed office.
Ogunsuyi said: “The current structural defect of some parts of the building was poses danger as the walls of some parts of the building are beginning to crack.
“While some apartments were painted at the front with the notion that it has been completed, reverse was the case as the wall inside were not given necessary touches, especially the plastering.
“There is no ceilings, doors and windows in some areas, thereby, causing damages to the abandoned projects due to rainfall.
“I have never seen a house that has never been painted without ceiling, door or plastering, It lacks basic amenities. It was sad that it was commissioned by the current Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari,”
Aribisogan on his part enthused thus: “It is an embarrassment and unfortunate to see some things around here, due to the carelessness of the contractor.”