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Signing An Accord Cannot Change Buhari’s Desperation To Remain In Office, Says Fayose

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The immediate past governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has taken a crack on the President, Muhammadu Buhari over his refusal to sign the Amended Electoral Bill.

By Ehi Ekhator

The immediate past governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has taken a swipe at the President, Muhammadu Buhari over his refusal to sign the Amended Electoral Bill. 

Fayose giving ram to Muslims in Ekiti
Fayose giving ram to Muslims in Ekiti

Fayose, a member of the Peoples Democratic Party said the President was not interested in a peaceful, free and fair election in 2019, adding that signing a Peace Accord won’t change his desperation. 

He said “A man who refused to sign the Amended Electoral Bill 4 times after it was passed by NASS of 469 Nigerians cannot be said to be interested in any peaceful, free and fair election. Therefore, signing of Peace Accord won’t change his desperation to remain in office at all cost.”

Fayose accused Buhari of turning the government agencies like the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to a wild dog.

“A man who has turned all FG agencies, especially EFCC and Police to the attack dogs of APC cannot be said to be interested in any peaceful election just by mere signing of peace accord.” He accused.

The former PDP governor called on the President to sign the Electoral Bill (Amended) arguing that he is not smarter than the members of the National Assembly who passed the bill.

He said: “Now that our party’s Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar has signed the Peace Accord, can the President demonstrate that he wants free, fair & credible elections by signing the Electoral Bill? Or is he claiming to be more intelligent than the 469 members of NASS who passed the bill?”

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