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"It Is God's Will That I Will Become President Of Nigeria One Day" - Fayose

Governor of Ekiti state, Mr Ayodele Fayose, while speaking in Ado Ekiti with some journalists on Saturday night declared that he will rule Nigeria as a president in future.

The governor made this revelation at an Annual Media Get-Together, held at the Government House, Ado-Ekiti that the revelation about becoming a future Nigerian leader was made known to him by God.

“It is according to God’s will that I will one day become the president of Nigeria

“Do not bother to ask me questions as to how this will materialise, I also do not know how it will happen but all I know is that I shall one day occupy the presidential villa, not as a visitor but as president

He claimed to be in the good book of most Nigerians, whom he said would always be ready to make God’s plans for him come to pass at the appointed time.

He announced on the occasion that he would use his position as chairman of PDP governors forum to correct many ills of the society as well as fight the cause of the poor masses.

He also told the gathering that the anti-graft body, EFCC had again re-freeze his accounts personal accounts domiciled with Zenith Bank, in defiance to the court order made last month.

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