Wednesday, 31st May 2023


4 Dec 2017
Ekiti govt to clothe ten thousand children.
5 Oct 2017
PDP holds LG primary election in Ekiti State.
28 Sep 2017
Ekiti governorship race - Fayose openly declares support for his deputy.
5 Aug 2017
Ekiti housing project - Governor Fayose commits to workers in the state.
29 Jul 2017
Ekiti Paris club fund - state receives second tranche of N4.7Bn.
25 Jun 2017
Ekiti pensions protest - retirees lament non-payment of entitlements.
20 Jun 2017
Ekiti governorship race - Aspirants step down for Fayose.
4 Apr 2017
Ekiti politics - Fayose raises alarm over plans to unseat him.
1 Apr 2017
Ekiti state wants agric produce to meet international standard.
4 Mar 2017
Ekiti rainstorm - houses, electric poles and cars destroyed.


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