Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, has said his administration defied COVID-19 challenges to record unprecedented achievements in 2021.
He said the government made a positive impact on the lives of the people adding that he had raised the bar of governance and set a standard for subsequent administrations.
In his New Year state-wide broadcast yesterday, the governor described 2022 as the Year of Fulfilment for the government and people of the state.
He said his administration would complete all ongoing capital projects, including the Cargo Airport, Ado-Iworoko section of Ado-Ifaki Road and renovation of township roads before he would step down from office in October.
Fayemi said several projects done by the government were generating employment and would generate more direct and indirect employment in 2022.
He reiterated his commitment to hand over to a new government in October in a rancour-free environment adding that the 2022 governorship poll offered the Ekiti people another opportunity to prove to the whole world that they are decent people.