- Ekiti state Governor Ayodele Fayose and his supporter have reacted to the APC unsuccessful governorship primary election
- The governor who mocked the part short coming asked God to put further confusion in the camp of the party
- Fayose's deputy Kolapo Olubunmi Olusola asked God to give PDP victory against other parties
Ekiti state Governor Ayodele Fayose and his supporters, on Thursday, May 10, mocked the All Progressive Congress in the state over the anomalies that happened during its governorship primary election asking God to further put confusion in the camp of the party.
Nigerian Tribune reports that Governor Fayose made this prayer session with a large crowd of party supporters and people of Ekiti in Ikere hometown of his deputy professor Kolapo Olubunmi Olusola.
The governor who was elated at the huge reception by the people for professor Olusola, prayed that the APC was his enemy and wished that Gid should put confusion in the cam of his enemies and asked God to give PDP victory against other parties.
Professor Olusola, while addressing the crowd, promised to ensure that Ekiti witnessed “an unprecedented development during his tenure as governor when voted in.
“We appreciate our amiable and indefatigable governor. The man who has for the first time in this country stood solidly behind his deputy, openly and transparently, to ensure he emerges the party’s candidate in order to be his successor. We will forever be grateful and we will retaliate with our votes.
“I want to assure you that all the good things that this government has been giving to Ekiti will continue in my tenure.
“I want to assure you and the Ekiti people that, by the grace of God, I will not let you down. For the people of Ekiti, your welfare will be paramount to our policies in government. I want to assure you that during my tenure, Ekiti will witness unprecedented development in all sectors.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the lawmaker representing Ekiti south in the national assembly, Senator Abiodun Olujimi stepped down for Dayo Adeyeye, in the ongoing primary election of the party in Ekiti state.
Following Senator Olujimi’s withdrawal from the race on Tuesday, Adeyeye, who is also a former minister of works, is left to compete with the third aspirant and present deputy governor of the state, Kolapo Ishola.
The primary election is being conducted across all the 26 local government areas of the state amid heavy security presence.
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