PDP must not die in Ekiti – Fayose

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PDP must not die in Ekiti – Fayose
PDP must not die in Ekiti – Fayose

Africa-Press – Nigeria. A former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, on Monday, expressed worry over the division and political wrangling in the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Fayose said this while addressing his supporters in Ado-Ekiti ahead of the PDP congress in July.

He appealed to members to sheath their swords and ensure that the party survives and remains functional.

He also urged members of the party to refrain from playing politics of bitterness, to ensure victory for the PDP in the forthcoming gubernatorial election in the state.

“I have come to tell you that the PDP must not die in Ekiti State. I want you to have peace; please, don’t destroy my personality.

“When we come to the election period, we will fight BAO, the PDP is not in order in Ekiti, let us come together.

“I feel satisfied with the work that Governor Biodun Oyebanji has done so far in the state.

“Governor BAO, is a humble governor, thirteen times, he has visited me in Lagos to greet me. We discussed the progress and development of the state.

“I have to respect him, that has nothing to do with politics, he is the only governor that has brought all governors in the state together.

”When it is time for the election, we will confront him. I am a landmark Governor in Ekiti State.

“We supported Asiwaju in the last presidential election because he is a Yoruba man, and it’s time for our presidency.

“I am not looking for opposition. If you say Fayose does not matter, wait, during the election you will see.

“Let there be no Olujimi, Fayose, Bisi K, Duro Faseyi factions in PDP, let us work for peace so that we will be able to win elections in the state.

“I am going to all local government areas and I will support them with logistics for the election of our party,” Fayose said.

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