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Stop The Insult On Buhari, Fayose warned

Former Special Adviser on Housing in Abia State, Nwabueze Onwuneme, has called on the governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, to maintain some respect not just for his exalted office as a state chief executive but also for the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
He specifically warned the governor to stop insulting President Muhammadu Buhari and the Judiciary.

Onwuneme, a youth activist, wondered why Fayose would continue to make what he described as “seditious and inciting statements against not only President Muhammadu Buhari but also the Nigerian judiciary.”

According to him, “Fayose should have realised that the fact that no one joins issues with him is not because there is nothing to say about him. His antics is not coming as a surprise, knowing his antecedents for showmanship, which propels him to always crave to be in the news even for the wrong reasons. This same Mr. Fayose, during his thanksgiving service to celebrate his electoral victory (hope the panel set up by the Nigeria Army to investigate the Ekiti election phone conversation will vindicate his victory at the polls) was seen rolling on the floor, thanking God and saying he would govern with the fear of God only to desecrate the temple of justice and reportedly sending on exile members of the Ekiti State House of Assembly. Often times he has openly called on the good people of Ekiti State, most especially the youths, to rise up to defend his mandate while his own children will be posting pictures of their posh cars on instagram.

“Fayose should know that Nigerians are now really bored and no longer look forward to his personal daily attacks on Mr. President who he wished dead, but who God, in His mercies, did not just give life to but went ahead to make a two time President.

“He should please get serious with his work as Ekiti State governor, acknowledging that governance is not a tea party by delivering on his electoral promises to the people of Ekiti State.”