The Ekiti chapter of the All Progressives Congress(APC) has reacted to Governor Ayo Fayose’s letter to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission(EFCC).
Fayose had in a recent letter written to the EFCC, informed the agency of his willingness to avail himself for questioning, a day after he leaves office as governor .
In a statement signed by Taiwo Olatunbosun, the APC Ekiti spokesman said Fayose’s letter sounded too good to be true and is highly suspicious.
The ruling party described the letter as a diversionary tool, and that Fayose might use it as a ploy to abscond from the country, once he finishes he tenure.
The APC also asked the anti-corruption agency to be on the lookout for Fayose, adding that he must pay for his ‘reckless corrupt practices’.
See full statement below
“Fayose’s promise to appear before the anti-graft agency on the handover day sounds too good to be true and highly suspicious
“We therefore recommend that he be put under serious close surveillance since he is morally and duty bound to account for many of his recklessly corrupt practices that have made him billions of state money richer than the state itself
“No matter how smart Fayose thinks he is and no matter how fast he thinks he can run, the long arm of the law must catch up with him to refund our collective wealth and money for the benefit of all in our dear state, Ekiti.”
After this "Fayose writes EFCC, to surrender self on October 16" news, the next thing we will hear is "Fayose defects to APC". Just Wait and see. DONT RUSH.
— Bhadmus Hakeem (@Bhadoosky) September 13, 2018
Fayemi and his APC said Governor Fayose's letter to EFCC was a decoy.
Okay, no problem.
Why can't Fayemi also do the same decoy by visiting the EFCC and be properly interrogated on the loads of petitions… https://t.co/mJml4bDirP
— Lere Olayinka – Aresa 1 (@OlayinkaLere) September 13, 2018
Fayose wanting to submit himself to the EFCC is simply one of his many ways of seeking for public sympathy.. We know them.
— Adams Oshiomhole (@A_Oshiomhole) September 13, 2018
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