Also, the Governor inaugurated 10 new commissioners to man various ministries in the state, warning that he would fire whoever is found displaying act of betrayal among them.
“The war should not be partisan or be fight in the face of vendetta or act of vindictiveness,” he warned.
The Governor warned the new Commissioners not to flex muscles with Permanent Secretaries and Directors in the course of performing their statutory duties, urging them to see the opportunity as a divine grace.
Those sworn-in include: Mr. Lanre Ogunsuyi- Information, Chief Bisi Kolawole- Environment, Mr. Kolapo Kolade- Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Hon. Kehinde Odebunmi- Agriculture, Dr Ojo
Olurotimi Simon- Health, Hon. Adesua Ayodeji- Public Utilities, Hon. Tayelolu Otitoju- Lands.
Others include: Hon. Victor Eegunjobi- Education, Mr. Olugbenga Olajide- Budget and Planning, Mrs. Olayinka Ogundayomi- Women Affairs.
The governor had upon assumption of office sworn-in Barr Owoseeni Ajayi as Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Kayode Oso- Works and Toyin Ojo- Finance.
Advising the Commissioners to maintain dignity and refrain from corrupt practices, Fayose said: “You were made commissioners not because you lobbied me, but because I counted you worthy. But immediately I find out that you are engaging in betrayal, I will fire you.
“I want to assure other party members that further appointments will follow, but don’t lobby me because the moment you start doing that, then you will lose the position. You don’t need to lobby me before you get justice.
The Governor promised that his administration would conduct Local government elections before December 2015, urging those with aspirations to continue to canvass within the Peoples Democratic Party for tickets.