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Fayose Governor says Nigeria’s economy has become worse under APC

Fayose also accused President Buhari of wasting N40b on a botched oil exploration in the North.

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Ekiti State governor, Ayodele Fayose


Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state has said that the economy of Nigeria has become worse under the All Progressives Congress (APC) government.

Fayose said this while speaking to members of the Osoko Mass Movement (OMM) at the Government House  Pavilion in Ado-Ekiti.

The Governor also told newsmen that the Buhari’s administration does not have any solution to the challenges facing Nigeria.

He said “People that voted Buhari must seek repentance. People thought he was coming to make a difference but he has caused more economic hardship. We are being ruled by fiat. Unemployment is second to none. The Transparency International said corruption had become worse among Nigerians.”

Speaking on the upcoming Ekiti governorship election, the Governor advised the people of Ekiti to vote for a well educate candidate.

 “If you say I’m not educated now I have presented a professor. We are not supposed to retrogress; we should progress. A professor is higher than doctor and supervises him. By all standard I’m presenting the most suitably qualified aspirant.

“Our interest was somewhere else but his name kept reappearing. Ekiti needs continuity, I have put in my best in the circumstance and I know he will do it better,” he added.

Buhari wasted N40b

Fayose also accused President Buhari of wasting N40b on a botched oil exploration in the North, Independent reports.

According to him, the APC government has not benefited the people of Ekiti in any way.

Governor Ayodele Fayose recently referred to President Muhammadu Buhari as an ethnic champion and a religious bigot.

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