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If I Stop Talking, Nigerians Will Suffer – Fayose Boasts




Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State has warned electorates in Ondo State not to vote for the All Progressives Congress in the forthcoming governorship election.

The governor, who said the party was not a good option for people of the state, boasted that if he stopped talking about the current government, Nigerians would suffer.

Fayose gave this advice on a radio programme in Akure, the capital of Ondo State.

He said the APC government had failed the people of Nigeria in the last one year of its rule.

He said, “Don’t let me deceive you my people in Ondo State, don’t allow the APC to take over this state, if you allow them, your condition would be worse than what you are passing through now, their government would be a disaster for you.

“They have nothing to offer, all they know is propaganda, you can see what is happening in Nigeria now, if you vote for them what they are doing at the national level is what they would be doing here. You can see what is happening in all the states they are controlling.

“Look at our condition in Nigeria, our condition is getting worse on daily basis, they have no solution to the economic problem facing the nation currently, yet they say they want to take over your state, I enjoined you, don’t allow them, they have nothing to offer.

“If I stop talking, Nigerian masses will suffer, a government without an opposition will not do anything, they want to shut me up, but I will not stop talking, let them continue to abuse me, I don’t mind.

“I am not attacking the President, I don’t hate the President but what I have been saying is the truth and they too know I am saying the truth. I am saying the truth so that the President can do things that will benefit the people of this country. All of us cannot keep quite.”

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