The Ekiti State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has made mockery of State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, for celebrating the inauguration of cemetery.
The opposition party described this his only achievement after almost four years in office.
It added that the the governor wants to provide enough burial space for the victims of his bad policies.
Ekiti State PDP Publicity Secretary, Raphael Adeyanju told journalists in Ado Ekiti on Friday, that the government wants to profit from the high mortality rate due to insecurity and bad economic policy of APC
“We are not surprised that governor Fayemi has decided to make provision of cemetery his major priority since his administration is not interested in building good hospitals to promote sound health for Ekiti. This is a government that takes joy in taking food from the table of Ekiti people and watch them starve to death. ”
The PDP image maker recalled that workers in the services of the Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti had met their untimely death because they were wrongly sacked by the administration.
“Many innocent job applicants that bought their employment forms and passed through rigorous examinations were not given employment letters even after passing the interview. Many of these could not survive the shock of the double standard of the APC.”
PDP described APC government as a party built on deceit, saying that the party defrauded the electorates with empty promises that were not kept.
“We remember that this government re-launched its welfare program for the aged with great noise that brought nothing out. The school feeding program that was launched by the vice president, Yemi Osinbajo is another fraudulent program of this administration.
He added that the APC government has taught the electorates a bitter lesson never to sell their votes when next the party money to buy votes.
“This time around, the people will not trade off their mandates and no amount of intimidation and violence will work for the APC. Ekiti people know that the APC is a party that doesn’t believe in a free and fair election,” he said.