Fayose, who attended the parallel meeting of PDP South-West leaders, said he has no quarrel with George.
The Ekiti state Governor might have mended fences with his God father and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Bode George.
Vanguard reports that Fayose, who attended the parallel meeting of PDP South-West leaders, said he has no quarrel with George.
Earlier, Fayose reportedly said he was not going to support George’s PDP chairmanship ambition.
Chief Bode George fired back condemning Fayose’s comments, calling him an immature and ungrateful man.
At the PDP South-West leaders’ meeting, which was organised by the Ondo state Governor, Olusegun Mimiko, Fayose said “I align myself with my brother, Governor Mimiko
The Ekiti Governor added that “Governor Mimiko and I are one and the same on party issues. Do not mind the newspa-pers. As for our leader, Chief Bode George, you can see me sitting next to him.
“We are bound to agree, whether it is convenient for us or not, when it is in the collective interest of Yoruba and the party.”
Mimiko on his part, said “I want to thank my brother, Governor Fayose. Both of us have resolved that in the interest of Yoruba nation we are coming together.”
Governor Fayose also slammed President Buhari saying he lacks the needed ideas to run the country.