Fayose Talks Tough Over Emergence Of Akeredolu As Ondo Gov-Elect

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has regretted the result of the Ondo State Governorship race, saying the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) schemed with the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its teammates in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to fix the race before it was led.

He said; “Similarly as I would have wanted to compliment the champ, Mr Rotimi Akeredolu (SAN), on the grounds that in each challenge, there must be a champ and a failure, the part of INEC in granting triumph to him in the decision came up short.”

The representative, who responded to the result of the race in an announcement issued by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayina, said INEC gave the APC triumph in the race by intentionally supplanting the name of Mr Eyitayo Jegede, the PDP hopeful, accordingly making lawful logjam that kept going till three days to the decision.

He said that the PDP went to the decision with its situation is practically hopeless to the back as a result of the uncharitable activities of INEC, which has doubtlessly turned into an arm of the APC.

He kept up that separated from the APC, political gatherings in Nigeria are presently challenging races against INEC.

Representative Fayose mourned that “to maintain the ‘see and purchase’ procedure and authorize cash legislative issues, the APC-drove government purposely made neediness in the nation in order to keep on enslaving the psyches of Nigerians with peanuts to get their votes on race day, saying; “Dibo ko sebe (vote and gather cash to cook soup) was the slang utilized by the APC as a part of the Ondo State race and that worked in light of the fact that the APC government have placed Nigerians in servile destitution.”

He said; “Despite the fact that INEC permitted what seemed like a free and reasonable air on the decision day, the race had been won and lost before it was held”.



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