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Ayo Fayose Dares Federal Government, Read His Message to FG


Ayo Fayose Dares Federal Government, Read His Message to FG

fayoseAyo Fayose Dares Federal Government, Read His Message to FG

Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose has warned the federal government that declaring a state of emergency will not succeed in Ekiti and Rivers States.

Speaking to State House correspondents at the sidelines yesterday at  the two day retreat on the economy organised by the National Economic Council ,he  condemned the militarization of the rerun elections in Rivers.

Asked specifically on the alleged plan to declare a state of emergency in Rivers and Ekiti, he said, “They have been insinuating that too in Ekiti. We have been waiting for them. Power has gone beyond the leaders, power has gone back to the people.

“There certain things leaders will do today, you will ‘eat’ it tomorrow. You want to declare state of emergency, declare it and we will tell you that the state of emergency will not work too.’’

“Like I said to some people yesterday, if say Ekiti election nobody was slapped, nobody died, the person defeated congratulated the winner, do we now call this Rivers election, Rivers of Bloodgate?

“Because for a peaceful election in Ekiti and in Rivers, the military has got no business in our election.

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Possible Wilson
Possible Wilson

His boldness is something to be proud of and he’s not afraid of even the military…

Anthony Dugbo
Anthony Dugbo

Very outspoken and fearless! Such are difficult to come by these days.

Mr Talkless
Mr Talkless

Bros keep shut! Ur own too much. Re u the olly governor in Nigeria??? Do u think u alone can fight FG. I can see u re partisan

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