Like Trump, President Buhari will not be forgotten, Fayose says

Like Trump, President Buhari will not be forgotten, Fayose says

- The ex-governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose, has sent a crucial message to President Buhari

- Fayose urged the president to ensure he is remembered for good things after leaving office in 2023

- According to him, insecurity has become an order of the day in Nigeria under the APC-led administration

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As Donald Trump finally bows out as the president of the United States of America, former governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose, has given a piece of advice to President Muhammadu Buhari. reports that Fayose in a thread of tweet on Tuesday, January 19, alleged that things have gone from bad to worse in the last five years of Buhari's administration.

He said the country's economy and security have nosedived, adding that credible elections and unity of the country have been destroyed.

Like Trump, President Buhari will not be forgotten, Fayose says
Former governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose said President Buhari will not be forgotten after leaving office in 2023. Credit: @GovAyoFayose
Source: Twitter

He tweeted:

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"Everything that matters has been destroyed under the watch of Buhari."

The former governor added that Nigerians would not forget President Buhari after he leaves office in 2023 over the high level of decadence in the country.

Meanwhile, had previously reported that the Nigerian Army dismissed a claim by Fayose that Boko Haram militants captured a military base in the Marte area of Borno state.

It was reported that the former governor made the claim via his Twitter handle on Saturday, January 16, following reports of a fierce battle between soldiers and the insurgents.

He had said the capture of the military base shows that the country was unsafe despite assurances made by the Buhari government on security.

In another report, the power tussle between Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state and Fayose is threatening to tear the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) apart in the southwest.

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The cold war has kindled the embers of disunity even to the point of polarising the party in the region.

Makinde had inaugurated a reconciliation committee chaired by a former governor of Osun, Olagunsoye Oyinlola to resolve the leadership crisis.

Fayose, however, kicked against the set of the group, alleging that its members were merely handpicked by the Oyo governor.

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