NAN – The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Fayose came into the state INEC Headquarters, Ado-Ekiti, along with hundreds of admirers and party faithful.
He pledged to make a difference in the act of governance.
He promised not to deviate from the pact he made with the Ekiti people to make life comfortable and worth living for them.
Fayose said he would run an all-inclusive government where people of good ideas and intentions would be accommodated to offer advices capable of moving the state forward.
The governor-elect promised to deliver the goodies of democracy to the people of the state in a manner that those who said he could not make any difference would be shocked.
He added that every Ekiti state-based contractor would be given jobs so as to eliminate matters relating to capital flight among the people.
INEC’s National Commissioner in-charge of Southwest, Prof. Layi Olurode, presented the certificate to Fayose on behalf of the commission.
Olurode said the commission was elated and encouraged by the array of encomiums showered on it by Nigerians of political divide since the results of the election were announced.
He said the commission would go back to the drawing board and see how further elections could be conducted better.