He Has An Infantile Mind – Fayemi Lambasts Fayose

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The former governor of Ekiti state, Dr. Kayode Fayemi has blasted Governor Ayo Fayose for accusing President Muhammadu Buhari of having a hand in the military inquiry into the alleged use of soldiers to manipulate the gubernatorial election in June 21, 2014.

Fayose won the election to defeat Fayemi who was the incumbent governor but report surfaced that military operatives were used to manipulate the results of the election.

The Nation reports that in an interview programme on Adaba 88.9 FM, Akure, on Saturday, December 26, the minister of solid minerals development said the military high command was responsible for the decision to probe the soldiers and not the president as claimed by Fayose.


Fayemi described the governor of having an ‘infantile mind’ as his allegation was baseless.

The former governor accused Fayose of looting the state and not being prepared for the position of a governor which was why he had reduced “governance to comedy.”

Fayemi said Ekiti people were beginning to see that the new government was insensitive citing the increased taxation and governor’s participation in the harassment of market women.

He said: “The Fayose’s allegation is rubbish and so typical of him to reduce everything to his own imagination. To the best of my knowledge, President Buhari is no longer a military ruler.

“But if the military in its wisdom decides to investigate the role of soldiers in elections in Osun, Ekiti, Rivers and Abia, what has that got to do with President Buhari or the Federal Executive Council?


“He (Fayose) is only trying to draw attention to himself. He wants a response and nobody has responded to him either at party level or governmental level.

“This is an eruption of an infantile mind, we don’t want to dignify him with any response on what he has been saying about President Buhari.”

Meanwhile, since he assumed office.

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