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APC urges Yoruba monarchs to caution Fayose

20 April 2016, 11:16

Ado Ekiti - The All Progressives Congress (APC) in the South-west has urged Yoruba monarchs to caution Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State over his criticism of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The party in a statement signed by the APC spokesmen of Ondo State, Abayomi Adesanya; Ekiti, Taiwo Olatunbosun; Ogun, Sola Lawal; Joe Igbokwe of Lagos and their Osun counterpart, Morakinyo Akintola, said the call became inevitable on account of the alleged persistent odd conduct by the governor before and after he assumed office for the second term..

The spokesmen urged the Yoruba monarchs to caution the governor to save him from self-ruin.

Also read: PHOTOS: Fayose's 'silly attempt' to fool Nigerians

They said Fayose has completely lost decorum and conduct expected of a man that can safely live in peace with other people in a sane society where the law works.

Listing instances where the governor had displayed questionable conducts, they said, the governor went to the House of Assembly with the gavel to conduct a voice vote to pass the 2016 budget.

The spokesmen said they cannot continue to watch Fayose drag the revered name of Yoruba in the mud in the name of government’s criticism.

- News 24


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