Fayose accuses Buhari of running a govt of terror

Fayose accuses Buhari of running a govt of terror

- Fayose claims that Buhari plans to silent all the Igbo leaders that are not in the APC

- He accuses the president of using DSS and Police as agents of terror

- The Ekiti state governor assures Nigerians that the period shall pass

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of running a government of terror using the Department of State Services and the Nigerian Police as agents of terror.

Fayose was reacting to a report that Deputy Senate president Ike Ekweremadu’s guest house was raided on Friday, May 27, 2017.

According to him, Buhari is going after Igbo leaders in the opposition by desperately scheming to silent them through repeated harassment and intimidation, The Punch reports.

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Fayose said: “This is a calculated and sustained attempts to silent all the Igbo leaders that are not in the All Progressives Congress with Buhari ahead of the 2019 general elections because he knows it is a no go area for his party.

“They have gone from the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, to the Chairman of Capital Oil, Ifeanyi Ubah and now the Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu. This is the muzzling of democracy and it is time we saved our nation beyond party line from the hands of the terrorists.

“Obviously it is too early to rate this government that has turned to government of terror using DSS and police as agents of terror. This certainly is not the change we bargained for.

“We have lost this democracy to military junta of the past masquerading as democrats and we must rise as a people to defend it.

“But I assure Nigerians that this period shall pass. Nigeria will once again be free from the hands of the agents of darkness and terror.”

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Deputy Senate president Ike Ekweremadu said his guest house was raided on Friday morning, May 26, by police officers, an allegation the police spokesman, Jimoh Moshood, denied.

According to Moshood, the police have “absolutely nothing” to do with the raid.

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Source: Legit.ng

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