I can’t sell myself to pay striking workers – Fayose

  

In a broadcast today, the Ekiti State Governor said the workers must understand that strike was not an option and that the monthly wage bill was over N2bn but the state received as low as N751m in April. He added that: “Right now, I’m helpless. It is difficult to sell myself, my family or my property.

I can only depend on what I get from Abuja. I want workers to understand that it is my priority to make them comfortable. Even before going on their strike, I got to know that many of them no longer come to office while many others were coming late to office.

Why I refused to come hard on those involved was that I had no moral justification to do so since I knew we were owing them. I don’t have powers to go on strike, we shall be waiting till when they come back, but they must realise that strike is not the best option.

Even in Government House, we don’t have money to power generators with diesel, whereas, I cannot sell myself or members of my family to raise funds, things are that difficult.”…. na why I dey chop beans wt Ponmon…. 

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