Ekiti State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, (APC) has said the immediate past governor of the state, Mr Ayodele Fayose, lacks the moral rectitude to criticise the ruling party led by President Muhammadu Buhari, describing him as a chameleon-like politician who is always ready to do or say anything just to attract attention.
The party alleged that Fayose was fond of engaging in dubious escapades, wining and dining with leaders of the APC across the country, while also turning back to make unfounded allegations against the party.
Such a politician, according to APC, will shout Hosanna today and crucify him tomorrow, as much as their daily bread is guaranteed.
APC, while reacting to some comments made by the immediate past governor about the party, noted that the same Fayose has been hobnobbing with leaders of the party across the country, seeking favours.
In a statement signed by its director of media and publicity, Elder Sam Oluwalana, the party pointed out that during the four years administration of Fayose in the state, he was the executive, legislature and judiciary, as he crippled the other arms from performing their functions.
“It is on record that the mace of the assembly, which is the authority of the legislature, was kept at the government house, while the law makers would have to seek permission from Fayose before convening any sitting.”
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