President Goodluck Jonathan, flanked by National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Muhammad Sani Sidi (at his right) and Governor of Borno State Kashim Shettima at (center of the picture), gestures as he speaks to internal displaced people from Bag ~ OLATUNJI OMIRIN
Abuja - The Ekiti State Hausa community has stated that it had never accused governor Ayodele Fayose on supposedly oppressing them and clamping down on their businesses, as a result of them not voting for President Goodluck Jonathan.
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In a statement issued by it's leader, Alhaji Musa Kanga, they said that the selective barring of selective goods, mostly on highways should not be linked to politics.
The community has distanced itself from such accusations and believed that these rumours are aimed at causing animosity between the government and the Arewa people.
The Arewa have been living in harmony with the government since the arrival of Fayose last year.
All Progressives Congress lawmakers have served Fayose with an impeachment notice which he has seven days to respond to.
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