Connect with us


Fayose to Fayemi, Use your position for commercial exploitation of Ekiti



Mining: FG woos foreign investors with three years tax holiday

….Hails his appointment as Solid Minerals Minister


Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose Wednesday congratulated former Governor of the State, Dr Kayode Fayemi over his appointment as Minister of Solid Minister, urging him to use his position for the commercial exploitation of the abundant solid mineral resources in the State.

Fayose to Fayemi, Use your position for commercial exploitation of Ekiti

Mr. Kayode Fayemi

The governor said in a statement issued in Ado-Ekiti by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, that President Mohammadu Buhari must have considered the need for commercial exploitation of the solid minerals spread across towns and villages in Ekiti State before arriving at the choice of Fayemi as Solid Minerals Minister.

He said; “Ekiti has solid minerals like clay kaolin, cassiterite, tinore, columbite, bauxite (Alluminium Ore), foundry sand and charconite granite.

“Even in Isan-Ekiti, Fayemi’s hometown, there is clay kaolin that can be used for abrasive, plastics, ceramics ware, pharmaceuticals, textiles, fertilizers, white tiles and insulator wares pencils.

“Now that the Federal Government is talking about diversification of the economy, Fayemi should use his position to assist Ekiti State in harnessing its solid mineral resources for the economic benefit of the State and Nigeria.

“I therefore congratulate Fayemi for this appointment and thank President Buhari for the appointment.

“It is my prayers that God, in His infinite mercies will grant him (Fayemi) the wisdom and strength to use the new position for the betterment of Ekiti State in particular and Nigeria in general,” the governor said.

jalingo news today

NEWSVERGE, published by The Verge Communications is an online community of international news portal and social advocates dedicated to bringing you commentaries, features, news reports from a Nigerian-African perspective. The Verge Communications (NEWSVERGE) is fully registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as a corporate organization.



Shell Digital Plan RESPONSIVE600x750
Shell Digital Plan RESPONSIVE600x750