Former Ekiti state Governor and Senatorial nominee standing screening, Kayode Fayemi has identified particular problems bedeviling the education sector and need urgent solutions of which he has the wealth of solutions to proffer if nominated. He identified the problems of career mismatch, unfavorable school curriculum and school admissions difficulties.
Describing himself as a teacher and researcher, Fayemi also said that only 10 percent gain admissions into the universities. He urged that national university systems respond to the educational challenges of the people, as well as having quality teachers to match the demands.
Former Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, on Tuesday, debunked reports that he ran the economy of his state aground, while he served as governor.
Responding to a thought-provoking question asked him by Sen. Olusola Adeyeye (APC Osun Central) to clarify newspaper reports that he left Ekiti in debt, that he spent too much money on the Ekiti Govt House, Fayemi said they were all rumors, stating that the government house was built with just N2.5 billion.
The ex-governor said being one of the youngest states in Nigeria, the magnificent Government House he saw in Akwa Ibom, when he visited former Governor Godswill Akpabio, enticed him to embark on the Ekiti State Government House.
Fayemi added that the controversial N50 million bed in the government house wasn’t purchased at that price.
“none of the beds in the government house cost above N1.5 million” He said.