Fayose’s Aide Resigns Over ‘Small’ N220k Salary – An aide to the governor of Ekiti state, Ayo Fayose has resigned citing economic hardships as the reason for quitting.
Mr. Samuel Ajibola, who was the Special Assistant to the governor on Parliamentary Affairs, wrote his resignation on the 28th of May, saying he could no longer pretend about the state’s issues.
“I humbly write this to formally notify you that I am resigning from my position as your S.A on Parliamentary Affairs,” Ajibola’s letter read. Sir, within my personal conviction, I am satisfied that I have in honesty and utmost loyalty served the PDP, the people of Ekiti and government in general.”
“Therefore, I am premising my resignation on some basic developmental issues and the economic situation in the state which I cannot continuing to pretend over. My resignation takes off immediately.”
According to Daily Post, Ajibola felt that the salary he was paid was not big enough to tackle the expectation of the post he held.
“My brother, as SAPA, the Governor pay me N220,000 and I am a grassroot politician, which the Governor himself knows what it means,” Ajibola was quoted as saying. “Also I have one of children, currently serving and two others in the university, how do I cope and my constituency are also of high hope that they have a son in the Fayose cabinet.”