I don't know how Governor Fayose of Ekiti will get any job done in his state with his constant monitoring of President Buhari.You would be forgiven for thinking Fayose's job was to watch every step of Bihari.Hasn't he got enough on his plate catering fr the needs of the people of his state? The way Fayose is quick to jump on anything Buhari,you would think he had newspapers solely regarding Buhari that he reads all day! There are 35 other governors in Nigeria,is Fayose the only one with a voice? I am sure by now the people of Ekiti are getting tired and would rather Fayose faced what he was elected for,and that is to fight for
the good and welfare of the people of Ekiti,not fight for corrupt politicians that Buhari is gunning for!
All these corrupt these are just scared,and i hope they are all probed and jailed for many years with hard labour! Can you imagine some old fools going over to see Buhari to thread softly? Thread what softly? The man is not starting a war,all he is doing is probing some corrupt men and they will all be allowed to defend themselves.They will clearly be able to say how ,where and when they got all their ill gotten wealth.
I laughed when i saw the so called great Nigerians who went over to see Buhari.Where are the great men? All i saw was a bunch of thieves!
Ayo Oritsejafor,General Abdulsalami Abubakar(have you seen the mansion this man lives in? This was a man who spent all his life in the military,do they pay that much in the Army? As for Oritsejafor,don't even let us talk about that corrupt man of whatever he calls himself!
Of cos he will go over and beg for his master GEJ who bought him a private jet..they should all be jailed and i wish these so called men of God can be probed as well,cos they got their wealth robbing poor Nigerians!
In his latest noise,Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose urged President Mohammadu Buhari to tread cautiously and be mindful of the body language of those hailing him today, saying; “the president should be cautious enough to know that the former Head of State, General Abdulsalami Abubakar led National Peace Committee tactically told him to tread cautiously and be mindful of the fact that he is not heading a military government.”
The governor, who said he was not unaware of the sinister plot to destabilise his government because of his strong and truthful stands on national issues, vowed not to be cowed by threat from any quarter.
According to a statement issued by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, the governor said; “opposition is one of the roots on which democracy stands and any
President or Governor that does not want opposition will eventually become a dictator.
"I want to state without fear or favour that I will continue to speak the truth no matter whose ox is gored.
“Nigeria belongs to all of us and no one can intimidate me or the good people of Ekiti State who freely and overwhelmingly gave me their mandate.
“Democracy as a form of government thrives on our ability to ask questions and get answers from leaders," he said.
He urged the President to listen to wise counsel from the General Abdulsalami Abubakar led National Peace Committee saying; “the Peace Committee has reminded the president that he is not heading a military government and with the calibre of Nigerians in the Committee, their wise counsel should not be ignored.
"These are Nigerians who don't need personal favours from the President and he should get the message very clearly that he is being told not to act as a dictator.”
Governor Fayose said the President should also know that Nigerians are not interested in any honeymoon, but their well-being.
His words; “rather than concentrate and make a difference within his 100 days in office, the president’s greatest achievement so far is harassment of PDP leaders, appointment of his in-law and kinsmen into sensitive positions, selective fight against corruption and arrest and detention of INEC officials who worked in States won by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).”
While declaring support for the fight against corruption, Governor Fayose however said; “fighting corruption should not be synonymous with convicting Nigerians on pages of newspapers. Rather, the
judiciary and other relevant agencies should be allowed to do their jobs without any direct or indirect interference from the President and his party.
"Corruption must be fought in accordance with the laws of the land because going against the laws of the land and the oath taken by the President to respect the constitution in itself is corruption."