Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has canvassed the enactment of a transition law to prevent succeeding governments from abandoning projects initiated by past administrations.
The governor said the law was needed to check wanton abandonment of projects simply because they were not initiated by the incumbent.
Fayemi in a statement stated that most of the projects he initiated during his first term which impacted positively on the lives of the people were jettisoned by his successor.
He said the law will serve as a guide for any government and stipulate lines of demarcation between what constitutes infractions by way of abandonment of projects and actions that would be of benefit to the people.
yemi spoke in Ado-Ekiti while receiving officials of the Security Exchange Commission who were in the state to inspect projects that were financed from the N25bn bond taken by the state government during his first term