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Ekiti governor, Ayo Fayose, denies saying he will be defecting to APC soon

Ekiti governor, Ayo Fayose, denies saying he will be defecting to APC soon

Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, has denied news making the rounds on social media that he is planning to defect to APC. Fayose is quoted to have said that if moving to APC would solve the problems of the party, he was ready to do so.

 

The governor in a statement released by his media aide, Lere Olayinka, said the report is false and baseless. Read the statement below

Kindly disregard statement being circulated by members of the APC in Ekiti State that Governor Ayodele Fayose said “If defecting to APC will solve Ekiti problems, he will join APC and nobody can stop him.”

The governor did not and will never make such statement.

The statement was part of the many lies being circulated by the Ekiti APC and its unsellable governorship candidate, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, obviously to suppress reports of his rejection by Ekiti people.

Even when APC was still basking in the euphoria of its electoral success of 2015, Governor Fayose made it abundantly clear then that he will never have anything to do with the party, not to talk about now that the party is nearing its political grave.

As we approach the July 14 governorship election, it is expected that several lies will be told by the APC and its sinking candidate to confuse the unsuspecting members of the public.

Therefore, members of the public are urged to disregard any statement not attributed to me or the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Idowu Adelusi.

Most importantly, Governor Fayose’s comments on issues (both national and State) are always on his Twitter Handle @GovAyoFayose.

Furthermore, statements by the governor are published on my Facebook Timelines; https://www.facebook.com/lere.olayinka and https://www.facebook.com/lere.olayinkaii as well Twitter Handle: @OlayinkaLere.

Any statement credited to Governor Fayose and cannot be found either on his Twitter Handle or my Facebook Timelines and Twitter Handle should be DISREGARDED.

LERE OLAYINKA
SA (Public Communications and New Media)
16/06/18

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