Ekiti State Deputy Governor, Otunba Bisi Egbeyemi, has disclosed that more teachers will be employed in March next year to fill vacancies that exist in public schools across the state.
Egbeyemi also explained that the Kayode Fayemi administration will invest more in agriculture to create jobs, reduce poverty and empower the citizenry.

According to a statement on Sunday by his Special Assistant on Media, Odunayo Ogunmola, the Deputy Governor disclosed this while addressing the people of Egbe Ekiti in Gbonyin Local Government while on an inspection tour to public utilities.

He spoke shortly after visiting Egbe Dam, one of the largest dams in the state which he said has the capacity to serve many communities in the state and neighbouring Ondo State.
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Egbeyemi explained that the Fayemi administration will take care of all Ekiti people irrespective of their party affiliation in provision basic amenities like good roads, potable water, electricity and other infrastructure.

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