Ekiti State Governor Dr Kayode Fayemi said on Friday that a constant interface between the executive, the legislature and the judiciary on state affairs and on how to meet the needs of the population would improve the quality of life and physical development of the population.
Fayemi addressed Ado Ekiti, the state capital, while signing six bills, including the legislative bill (management of funds), the judicial bill (management of funds) and the draft law. Law on the Establishment of Development Zones of Local Councils (Amendment).
Other bills signed by the Governor are the Attorney General’s Office Bill; Draft Law on Consumer Protection; and the draft law on the Economic Development Council.
The governor said that the enactment of the legislative and judicial border bills, which essentially provided for the self-management of funds by the two branches, “will codify the existing agreements between the three branches of government on the allocation of income. “.
Therefore, Fayemi formed a seven-member LCDA Implementation Committee headed by the Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Mr. Olawale Fapohunda, to oversee the process of establishing the LCDAS.
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