PDP House won’t be rebuilt with termites infested woods – Fayose’s aides replies Buruji’s group

Special Assistant to the Governor of Ekiti State on Public

Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka has dismissed comments by

those gathered in Lagos today, by Senator Buruji Kashamu and paraded

as PDP leaders in the Southwest, saying; “the PDP house will not be

rebuilt with termites infested woods.”
Olayinka, who reacted to the call by the Kashamu group that the

National Caretaker Committee, led by Sen Ahmed Makarfi should desist

from relating with Governor Fayose as it regards the South West zone,

said; “Governor Ayodele Fayose will not waste his time on people whose

faces are abhorred in the gathering of people of good conscience.”

He said; “Governor Fayose is more concerned with rebuilding the PDP

and it is sure that the PDP house will not be reconstructed with

termites infested woods.”
The Governor’s spokesperson described those gathered by Senator Buruji

Kashamu in his hotel in Lagos today, as pseudo PDP members, saying

“Methinks Senator Kashamu and his men should rather face their Mega

Party of Nigeria (MPN).
“As at today, Senator Buruji’s Omo Ilu Foundation’s office in Ado

Ekiti is now the State Secretariat of MPN and all his men have openly

declared for the party. Or is MPN no longer Mega again?”

5 Things You Should Be Doing To Prevent Termites in Your Home

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1. Stack Firewood, Lumber and Other Cellulose Products Away From Your Home for Termite Protection

Keeping your woodpile stacked up against your house for easy access in the winter is convenient, but not only can it provide a great source of food for termites, it can also give them a safe passage into your home avoiding any termite treatment that may be present. To minimize the risk of termite infestation, don’t store any wood-based products in your crawlspace, stack your woodpiles several feet away from your home and keep the wood elevated off the ground if possible.

Downspout

Divert downspouts away from your home to prevent pooling around your foundation.

2. Fix Improper Drainage and Minimize Moisture Around the Foundation

Termites must have moisture to survive and improper drainage around your home could be creating ideal conditions for them to thrive. Make sure your downspouts are diverting water away from your home and that your faucets and A/C drip lines are not causing water to pool around your foundation. Another often overlooked cause of termite infestations are clogged gutters and leaf debris collecting on your roof. Clogged gutters can cause water to backup and leaf debris collects moisture and begins to decay. These conditions are ideal conditions for an aerial termite infestation, especially in areas with formosan termites. In case of several infestation check out these buzzbgone reviews.

Overgrown bushes and mulch

Trim back overgrown bushes and rake mulch at least 4″ away from the foundation.

3. Clear Mulch Away From the Foundation

Wood mulch is a great way to make your home look nice but when used excessively it can create ideal moisture and temperature conditions for termite activity. Keep mulch raked back at least four inches from the foundation and never let the mulch come in contact with siding or framing of doors or windows.

clogged gutters

Clean out your gutters to improve drainage.

4. Trim Back Overhanging Tree Limbs and Overgrown Bushes

Tree limbs hanging over your roof and overgrown bushes can create shelter areas, cause moisture build up, and provide easy paths into your home for many pests, including termites. Trees hanging over the house will also drop leaves on your roof and in your gutters that can create moisture problems that could be conducive to an aerial termite infestation.

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SOURCE :The Nigerian Voice (politics)

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