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Your claim on Parish Club refund misleading – Ekiti APC tells Fayose

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Your claim on Parish Club refund misleading – Ekiti APC tells Fayose

Unread postby Wsj » Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:20 pm

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State has described the claim by Governor Ayodele Fayose that the fresh Paris Club refund to the state will be insufficient to pay more than one month salary as false, misleading and an attempt to misappropriate the money for selfish reasons.

The governor, according to the party had while featuring on a media
chat,‎ said the money due to Ekiti was half of the last
refund of N8.8b.


He said that debts deductions and local government share of the refund had shrunk the balance to N4b for Ekiti State Government.

This came as the former member of the House of Representatives, Mr
Bimbo Daramola called on all gladiators and members of the All
Progressives Congress in the state to close ranks and play down
personal interest so as to guarantee the victory of the party in the
next gubernatorial election.

Reacting in a statement on Monday, APC Publicity Secretary, Taiwo
Olatunbosun, said the governor was only applying “his usual distortion
of facts to brainwash Ekiti workers and people in general in order to
misapply the money for selfish reasons”.



Olatunbosun noted that the refund was neither subject to any deduction

over debts nor having any local government component that will make
the cash shared to Ekiti State to be less than N9.6b as published‎ by the Federal Government.
He said only statutory allocations were subject‎ to deductions over state’s debts.

He said: “Fayose in his usual manner has during his last media chat
denied that Ekiti share of the Paris Club Refund is N9.6b but N8.8b
which he further reduced to N4.4b in his usual mathematical
abracadabra to divert the money once again.


“We challenge Governor Fayose over this false claim as the Paris
refund is not subject to any deduction. It is the state’s monthly
allocation that is subject to deduction while the local government
allocation is also not subject to deduction.


“It was Ekiti State Government that borrowed money from the Paris Club
and not the local governments and so refunds cannot be made to local
government.”‎


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