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Fayose Ekiti Governor wants Buhari to probe Halliburton case

Fayose also warned the Federal Government to desist from any plan to remove him from office.

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Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose on pilgrimage in Jerusalem

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The Ekiti state Governor, Ayo Fayose has called on President Buhari to probe the Halliburton scandal and the whereabouts of the $2b oil windfall.

Guardian Newspapers reports that Fayose said “I am not a governor that will go and cringe because I don’t want anybody to pick on me for saying the truth. That will not happen. Let President Buhari make his anti-corruption war total. Let him be bold enough to probe the Halliburton scandal and the $2 billion oil windfall.”

He also said “President Goodluck Jonathan left with the dollar a little less than N200 but it is now N300 to a dollar. When Buhari collected two jeeps and $300,000 he did not ask where the money came from. Nigeria cannot be a one party state. They say Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) stole this and that, is the All Progressives Congress(APC) a saint from Jerusalem? Buhari must stop selective anti-graft war.”

Fayose also warned the Federal Government to desist from any plan to remove him from office.

He said “The very day that Federal Government attempts to engage me by any standard, that government will begin to crumble. My people wanted me as governor and I am back. I’m the most senior governor in Nigeria. When people wanted to fight God they forgot that Moses was an instrument in the hand of God. Let Fayose be; let Fayose be. As many as won’t let Fayose be will perish in the Red Sea.”

Read: Ekiti Muslims accuse Governor of victimising them

The Ekiti Governor recently described the last six months of Buhari’s administration as a deceitful change.

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