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Ayo Fayose ‘APC suffering from disease worse than Ebola,’ Governor says

Fayose also stated that “orchestrated opinion polls” would not help the APC’s chances in the upcoming general elections.

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Ekiti state Governor, Ayodele Fayose

Governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose  has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is suffering from “Acquired Self-deceit Syndrome” which according to him is worse than the deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).

Fayose also stated that “orchestrated opinion polls” would not help the APC’s chances in the upcoming general elections.

Fayose made the comments via a statement released by his media aide, Lere Olayinka.

The statement reads:

 “Fake opinion polls won’t assist the APC the way it did not assist the party in the June 21, 2014 Ekiti governorship election.”

 “When you are telling yourself that Buhari will win in Ekiti, it shows that you are suffering from Acquired Self-Deceit Syndrome, which is even more deadly than Ebola disease.”

“That’s the same way they deceived themselves with orchestrated opinion polls before the Ekiti election, and up till now, they are still dazed by the 16 – 0 defeat.”

 “They are already preparing the minds of their gullible supporters for the impending electoral woe that will befall the party on Saturday.”

“When they lose, they will come out with story of how the inability of the party financiers like Senator Bola Tinubu, Governor Rotimi Amaechi and others to access funds made Buhari to lose.”

“I sympathise with them and I can only urge the APC and its leaders to try their luck in 2019. But then, they must purge themselves of the Acquired Self-deceit Syndrome because Nigeria presidency cannot be taken by falsehood.”

Fayose also urged the APC to face the reality that President Goodluck Jonathan would win the elections convincingly.

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