Monday, July 16, 2018

I Won't Run Away From Nigeria : Fayose

Image result for I Won’t Run Away From Nigeria – Fayose     The frustrated legislative head of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has invalidated the gossipy tidbits he will flee from Nigeria when his resistance from criminal indictment slips by in October.

Not long after the race result was declared on Sunday, suggestions separated that Mr Fayose may escape the nation to maintain a strategic distance from conceivable criminal allegations when he hands over to Mr Fayemi in three months.

Different faultfinders of the representative were much more merciless, saying he had finished up plans to hand over to his successor and escape the nation days before his residency terminates. Hours after Mr Fayemi was pronounced champ, the counter unite EFCC presented a tweet debilitating on uncover Mr Fayose's charged poultry trick case.ESKY NEW learnt that Mr Fayose talked through his media assistant, Lere Olayinka, who revealed to Premium Times yesterday night, that he will stay and battle till the end."He isn't anxious about anything. What are they going to do to him. Is EFCC the official courtroom?" Lere Olayinka said.

Mr Olayinka additionally said there was no chance the EFCC would have the capacity to stick anything on his vital, whom he said would hand himself over in the wake of leaving office."Since 2015 that they began discussing Sambo Dasuki, what number of Nigerians have they sentenced?" Mr Olayinka said. "That was the manner by which they lied that the senator had a property on Gana Street in Maitama and nothing left it."Mr Olayinka said Ekiti has been "under attack" since the electioneering kicked into full rigging two weeks prior in the express, a circumstance he said persevered even after the government had its most loved individual as victor.

"The senator will hand over when the day comes in October," Mr Olayinka said."And in the event that it is vital that he ought to go to the EFCC for addressing in the wake of leaving office, he will go and meet them."

Mr Fayose, of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), is slated to hand over capacity to Kayode Fayemi, who flipped Ekiti State to the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Saturday's governorship race, on October 16. Mr Fayemi crushed Kolapo Olusola-Eleka, Mr Fayose's representative and PDP's competitor, to recover the main South-west state held by PDP.

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