Stella Dimoko Gov. Fayose Approves N200m Car Loan For State's Service Workers


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Thursday, 7 December 2017

Gov. Fayose Approves N200m Car Loan For State's Service Workers

Ekiti State Gov. Ayo Fayose on Thursday approved the disbursement of over N200 million as car loan to 645 workers in the state’s service. 

The State Commissioner for Finance, Chief Toyin Ojo, said that the loans would be disbursed to beneficiaries in sums ranging from N80,000 to N1.5 million.

According to Ojo, the amount accruing to each individual depends on their status and grade level. I just want to affirm the commitment of this administration to the welfare of workers. Since the inception of this administration, N896.8 million has been given out as car loans to 2,942 workers in the state not counting the just disbursed loans.

He advised the loan beneficiaries to make the most use of it, and cautioned them against spending the loan on items that would not add value to their lives.



Miss Ess said...

Great news for Ekiti people.

***Shiny Boss*** said...

Why not build houses for them to pay installmentaly?

Love.Eating.Pussy said...

A housing estate for the workers would have been a better things you know.


Anonymous said...

How is this a good news when he's owing me seven month salary. BTW I'm an health worker.

Anonymous said...

So 310k per person, what kinda car are get supposed to buy with that really? Keke I guess

Anonymous said...

Pay pending salary first now fayose

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