Fayose Talks Tough, Reveals Those Behind Nigeria’s Problems

Fayose Talks Tough, Reveals Those Behind Nigeria’s Problems

  • Former governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Peter Fayose, has decried the current state of Nigeria and its people
  • The controversial Fayose said the political class and its stakeholders cause the current predicament in Nigeria
  • He stated that the country has remained stagnant in development since the second republic in 1979

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Controversial ex-governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose, says politicians and political stakeholders should be blamed for the shortcomings derailing Nigeria’s development as a nation.

Osokomole, as his supporters fondly call him, made this known during an interview on Thursday, March 23, on Arise Television’s breakfast program, The Morning Show.

Ayodele Fayose said Nigeria has remained stagnated since the second republic. Photo: @GovAyoFayose
Source: Twitter

According to Fayose, nothing has changed since 1979, nothing that the political class are to be blamed for the current predicament of Nigeria.

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Fayose, according to Punch, was quoted saying:

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“There is a lot wrong with Nigeria. Since 1979, nothing has changed. I blame the majority of the problems on the stakeholders and politicians.
“When you asked (Muhammadu) Buhari in 2015, If you lose the election, would you concede defeat?’ he said ‘I would win’. He never conceived he would lose."

He further called out the legislature for their failure to protect the country while describing the political system of Nigeria as "sick."

Fayode said:

“I told you the senators, House of Reps members are returning to the National Assembly. The system is sick. Nobody is protecting it.
“Rather than blame the Independent National Electoral Commission, we need to draw a red line like the army. Nothing was wrong in the elections.”

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In another development, Ayo Fayose reiterated that he is not contemplating joining the APC.

Fayose made the clarification after endorsing Tinubu against his party’s presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.

The PDP chieftain said he is a fulfilled man after serving as state governor in his home state for two terms.

Fayose reveals why Ekiti people voted for Tinubu, lambasts AriseTV for criticising Wike

Meanwhile, Fayose has revealed that he and other PDP chieftains in his state worked for Bola Tinubu, the APC candidate, during February 25 presidential election.

Fayose disclosed that Atiku Abubakar was the architect of his loss during the poll by sacrificing the G5 governors for the party's chairmanship position.

The former governor also kicked against the performance of Arise TV and its presenter, Rufai Oseni, regarding the criticism of the medium against the opposition.

Source: Legit.ng

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