17 October 2014

Governor Fayose Appoints Special Assistant for “Stomach Infrastructure”

Newly elected governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose, is kicking off his term in office by fulfilling one of his promises: The appointment of a Special Assistant on “Stomach Infrastructure.”





In case you are unfamiliar with the term, here’s a brief overview: During his campaign, Fayose distributed bags of rice and other food items to the people of Ekiti. Many criticized him of trying  to use food to sway voters. However, he ignored the criticism, and promised to elect a “Stomach Infrastructure” Special Assistant, because according to him, “You can put a tar on the road but if I don’t have a car and I’m hungry, then that tar is meaningless. Tarring our road is wonderful but putting food inside this stomach is very important.”
He has appointed Sunday Anifowose as his Special Assistant Stomach Infrastructure and Special Duties.

NAN reports that other appointments include:

Modupe Alade (Secretary to the State Government)
Idowu Adelusi (Chief Press Secretary to the Governor)
Owoseni Ajayi (Special Assistant on Legal Matters)
Kayode Oso (Special Assistant on Works and Infrastructure)
Sola Owoeye (Special Assistant on Protocol)
Sola Olowookere (Personal Assistant to the Governor)
Sunday Omosilade (Special Assistant on Domestic Matters)
Lere Olayinka (Special Assistant on Information and Social Media)

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