Lagos - A former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Bode George, has described Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti as an ingrate for saying that he would not support him (George) to become the National Chairman of the party.
George also slammed Fayose for saying that PDP elders must take the backstage in the party’s affairs.
Speaking during an interview with Channels Television on Sunday, Fayose had said that George personally approached and begged him to support his ambition of becoming the party's new National Chairman.
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But speaking in an interview with on Monday, George
said Fayose was opposing the interest of the South-west in the party,
adding that his comments showed that he was an immature politician.
George noted that he supported Fayose during his first term by contributing N250 000 for his campaign clothes.
George also said Fayose lied that South-West PDP leaders did not show interest in contesting the national chairmanship position.
- News 24