The nominee was the Ekiti State Commissioner for Works during former Governor Fayose’s second term of office.
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Makinde, who stated this at the wedding ceremony of one of the sons of former Ekiti State governor and chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Ayo Fayose, held in Lagos, charged individuals fighting over politics and religion to have a rethink, as, according to him, none of the two is worth losing one’s life fighting over.
The incident was believed to have happened in the nation’s commercial capital following the release of the photographs.
The Catholic Bishop of Ekiti Diocese, the Most Reverend Felix Ajakaye, who gave the charge, expressed dismay that the recent influx of articulated vehicles and luxurious buses in the state is already taking its toll on the new roads which are gradually being destroyed.
Fayose, who is a member of the Peoples Democratic Party, visited the APC chieftain in his Ikoyi, Lagos State home.
By 2006, the opposition, Alliance for Democracy (AD) had regained popularity, parading virtually all known political and opinion leaders in Ekiti as members and sympathizers. The party was posed to produce the governor come 2007 until its primary election was riddled with allegations of manipulation. This led to all aspirants leaving the party and Fayemi was declared the winner of the controversial primary.
The venue and the date of the meeting could not be ascertained, but in a video clip obtained by Premium Times, about 40 politicians could be seen taking turns to pledge their allegiance to the former governor.
According to the former governor, he has used the drink a number of times and can testify that it works
Fayose said this on a Channels Television programme: Politics Today, on Wednesday following the conclusion of the South West Congress of the Peoples Democratic Party
In a statement by the Secretary of the committee, Hon. Linus Okorie, the committee noted that the South West PDP leaders disappointed people in the opposition who have been fueling division in the party and thought that the zonal congress would end in chaos.
Ologbondiyan said the NWC had scaled up reconciliation processes in the South West after an extensive meeting
Saraki, former President of the Senate, concluded the first phase of the reconciliation process with a meeting with Makinde on Friday.
On being caught over his lie, hear his nasty rant: “These haters, when I was on their case, they were crying. Now I’m on my own lane enjoying my life, they are still crying and sucking. Expect more so you can cry more. I’m on medical check-up not admission. Celebrating New Year is my right, haters can hug transformer. Happy New Year.” This is Fayose at his most insane moment. Where is character, decency and decorum in this statement? As a former public office holder, where is that civilised engagement and respect for the nation that gave him such rare privilege as a former governor? I wonder how the most unhinged apologists of Fayose will defend his midday call on his foes to opt for suicide through transformer hugging. People like him are tied to transformer in a country like China, North Korea and Saudi Arabia for stealing state money. Fayose’s rhetorical depravity which was meant to wrap his ego in the oxygen of public space has turned out to be a statement from a barbarian who has consistently stood against public morality, decorum and decency.
Fayose made the call in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Ado Ekiti by his spokesperson, Lere Olayinka.
The Chief Press Secretary to Governor Seyi Makinde, Taiwo Adisa, said this while reacting to Fayose’s claim that the masterminds of the attack were Makinde and another chieftain of the PDP, Chief Bode George.
But I admire you, Baba, because you don’t sit on the fence; you pull fences down along with bridges and sit over their rubble, dust and all
Fayose, in a response to Obasanjo, said most things that the former representative of Ogun East Senatorial District and governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party for the 2015 elections in Ogun State did politically had the backing of the former President
According to his spokesperson, Lere Olayinka, the former governor, who spoke on today’s democracy day celebration, said it was painful that “legacy of free, fair and transparent elections bequeathed to Nigeria by the PDP government has been destroyed, with elections in the country now being held at gun point”.
The immediate past Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has called on government at levels in Nigeria, religious bodies, corporate organisations and individuals to focus on full time strategic implementation of stomach infrastructure, saying: “Hunger can kill quicker than coronavirus.”
The alleged fraud trial of former Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State resumed on Thursday before a Federal High Court Lagos, with a prosecution witness, Johnson Abidakun, testifying that about N200 million was conveyed from Fayose’s premises.