In light of the fact that there are a lot things causing unrest currently in the country, especially the issue of Fulani herdsmen residing the major Yoruba communities that the Yurobas has urged to relocate because of the inhumanly killings going on in the zone; the issue has generated a lot of controversies with many people airing their view on the matter. It’ s in this line that the former governor of Ekiti state, Fayose has communicated his few words. In this very article is what Fayose has said about Seyi Makinde, Sunday Igboho, And Fani- Kayode that generated a lot of reactions online.
The immediate past Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Peter Ayodele Fayose has spoke to caused a lot of reactions online, the reactions are coming after what he said concerning the Executive governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde, the youth representative, and Yoruba born activist, Sunday Igboho, and the Former minister of Aviation, Femi Fani- Kayode.
Fayose was on the Channels Television Politics on Sunday night.
Numerous individuals have been responding to what Fayose said.
Concerning the issues of Fani- Kayode, Fayose said that any individual who leaves the People’ s Democratic Party(PDP) for the All Progressive Congress(APC) at this point is removed his avarice.
He additionally said that Seyi Makinde can not overlook Sunday Igboho in the condition that the southwest gotten themselves. Recalled that Sunday Igboho takes up arms against executioner herders which it appears to be that Seyi Makinde isn’ t completely supporting him.
Fayose likewise attacked Seyi Makinde to be proactive, he added that he isn’ t doing fighting for authority with him and he can not come out and say that he is his leader.
He added that the administration needs to have taken lead in addressing the issues of the rancher and herders emergency in the country.
Numerous individuals have been talking concerning what Fayose said, here are a portion of the responses in the photos beneath;
What’ s your opinion about what the Ekiti Ex- Governor said concerning the ongoing issues in the country?