Oni, who said he was overwhelmed by Fayose's visit, described it as a move that will build Ekiti.
Governor Fayose, through his Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Adelusi, said the visit was not a political move.
Fayose also said “Leadership comes first; Ekiti comes first and leadership is about sacrifice to make for the purpose of unity and development of his people. That is exactly what I am doing here.
“There is a difference between leadership and politics. To me, Ekiti comes first, every leader willing to make Ekiti first, I will visit him. I am the governor of the state and everybody is my subject.
“My visit to Segun Oni has nothing to do with politics. When it comes to how to move Ekiti forward, we must firstly remove our political garment.”
On his part, Oni described the visit as a brotherly one, adding that he was overwhelmed.
He said “It is a brotherly visit, I am happy for that. It is a welcome development and good for Ekiti State. We are both leaders of the state.”
Governor Fayose also signed a peace pact with members of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) on Thursday, November 3, 2016, and released their cows.