Adeyeye To Fayemi: "Ekiti People Rejected You On June 21, They'll Do So Over And Over Again"

By Prince Dayo Adeyeye Movement

Minister of State for Works, Prince Adedayo Adeyeye has described as wishful thinking claim by the Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi that his party, All Progressives Congress (APC), had discovered how the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) rigged the June 21 Governorship Election in the state.

Adeyeye, who said the June 21 election was a clear rejection of Fayemi and his anti-masses government, added that; "Ekiti people rejected Fayemi on June 21 and if the election is conducted 20 times, Fayemi will be rejected over and over again."

Speaking through the Director General of Prince Adedayo Adeyeye Movement (PAAM), Hon Bisi Kolawole, the minister said Fayemi and his APC people must still be living under the illusion of the existence of the Salamic era where judgments were known in advance and programmes and souvenirs for swearing-in ceremonies were produced two weeks before judgment day."

Fayemi had said while featuring on the Yoruba Edition of the monthly progamme "Gomina S'alaye" in Ado-Ekiti on weekend that; "I want to say that we have discovered some fraud in the last election. But it is not yet a matter for public consumption. This discovery had certainly gave us the hope that our party would win Osun election."

Reacting, Adeyeye said; "Something must be wrong with the way these people in the APC think. A sitting governor lose an election so woefully that he could not win up to 20 out of the 177 wards in Ekiti State, and he is still talking about rigging?"

He advised Governor Fayemi to live up to his promise of taking up lecturing job at the State owned university, Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado Ekiti, since he was too desperate to serve Ekiti people.

While accusing Fayemi of plotting to make the State ungovernable for the in-coming Governor, Dr Ayodele Fayose, Adeyeye alleged that the State Government was employing thousands of people into the State Civil Service so as to cause crises for the in-coming government of Fayose.

He however said that the plot will fail, saying; "God, who made Fayose's return as Ekiti governor possible will remove all the landmines being set by the Fayemi-led government."