Rembering Fayose’s Reign of Terror

The story of late Idi Amin Dada of Uganda may seem a fairy tale to many especially the youths of present day Nigeria and Ekiti State in particular. Idi Amin, the self-acclaimed first Field Marshal of Africa ruled and terrorized his country with fist of hot iron. In his days, his words were law and whoever dared question them faces the wrath of the emperor.Fayose in Bullet proof2a
Idi Amin, one of Africa’s most ruthless dictators, was shamed out of power in 1979 while Ekiti State, created in 2006 had its own mini version of Idi Amin in Peter Ayodele Fayose, the very controversial and crude character, who ruled Ekiti with an iron fist from 2003 to 2006.
Fayose sees himself as a beacon of hope for the mass of less privileged that had been brought up without the silver spoon. Everything about his background was shrouded in mystery. Unverifiable educational background led to allegations of certificate forgery in the early days of his administration. His unknown formative years and profile led to his suspicion as a high profile 419 operative and scammer. Spotless this, Spotless that. His only known visible mean of livelihood was a low class Spotless Hotel located in Onigaari, GRA, Ado Ekiti.
He openly talked of his relatively poor background as the source of hatred by the Ekiti elites who he engaged in a running battle.
Capitalising on the high level of poverty that has ravaged Nigeria as a result of long years of military rule, Fayose rode to power on the platform of personal generosity. He became loved and renowned for distributing water to peasants in Ekiti with the help of tankers. Ironically the personal generosity does not go beyond electioneering period as Ayo Fayose who identified portable water as a major problem in Ekiti did not, between 2003- 2006 that he held sway in Ekiti, built or renovate any water plant or dam in Ekiti State. Personal generosity of this nature, which was a decoy to steal the Ekiti commonwealth, was the attribute that qualified Fayose in his first coming and he is at it again insulting Ekiti people with his branded bags of rice as June 21, date for the governorship election approaches.
His executive rascality began early in his administration. On assumption of office, the first thing he did, like Idi Amin, was to set up a killer squad. The killer squad unleashed violent attacks on several indigenes of the State for challenging his official impunity. Some politicians who nursed ambition to contest governorship or senatorial elections in the State were not spared.
On December 16, 2003 a member of the Peoples Democratic Party, Muyiwa Adeyanju was shot dead at Ikere Ekiti by the governor’s killer squad during a peaceful protest against the Ayo Fayose regime.
So also, on March 4, 2004, two students of the College of Education, Ikere Ekiti were shot dead during a peaceful protest. The investigation conducted by the police established that the killing of both students was carried out by the Ayo Fayose killer squad led by Captain Dayo Okondo and Corporal Moses Usman. Both suspects have been tried and convicted by the High Court of Ekiti State holden at Ado Ekiti.
On May 28, 2005 the killer squad, this time around led by Fayose himself attacked one Mr. Tunde Omojola during a local government bye-election in a ward at Ifaki, Ekiti. Omojola, a Holland based Nigerian who was at home on a short holiday died as a result of injuries sustained during the attack. Mr. Omojola’s “offence” was that he had the temerity to challenge the brazen rigging of the election by Fayose’s criminal elements. The investigation conducted into the gory murder of Mr. Tunde Omojola indicted Mr. Fayose and members of his killer squad.
Apart from Mr. Fayose, who then was under executive immunity, all the other suspects who were members of the killer squad were charged to to court for conspiracy and murder.
On August 14, 2004, it was the turn of Dr. Ayo Daramola, an Ekiti leading light who was a Consultant to the World Bank. For daring to think of challenging Fayose for the governorship ticket at the PDP primaries, he was brutally assassinated in his country home at Ijan Ekiti by professional armed robbers contracted by the killer squad.
All the suspects who are members of the Fayose killer squad, confessed to the crime, and have been charged to court except Mr. Ayo Fayose, the mastermind of the murderous attack, who then was enjoying executive immunity.
In and out of government, Fayose maintained his murderous character mauling down perceived political opponents.
After his disgrace from power in October 2006, he could not participate in the 2007 transition programme because he was in ‘exile’ haven escaped arrest miraculously after his impeachment.
Having gauged the mood of the people, he made a dramatic return to Ekiti in 2008, holding the broom, symbol of the then opposition, Action Congress of Nigeria, who was embroiled in a bitter struggle with the People’s Democratic Party to retrieve its governorship mandate; a fallout of the 2007 election.
He used the ACN to re-enter Ekiti politics and set his eyes on 2011 for the Ekiti Central Senatorial seat, which was then subject of another battle between Bode Ola of the A.C.N and Femi Kila of the PDP at the Ekiti electoral tribunal.
Engr. Kehinde Fasuba, a senior management staff of the then PHCN was planning to quit his job and return to Ado Ekiti from his base in Kaduna, to serve his people through the Ekiti Central Senatorial seat on the platform of the PDP, Ayo Fayose’s alleged killer gang had another plans for him, On January 3, 2009, he was assassinated by a gang of assassins led by one Charles Ovie, who were allegedly hired for N2 million by Mr. Ayo Fayose through one Mr. “Abecity” based in Ibadan, Oyo State.
Having used the then A.C.N to re-enter Ekiti politics after his impeachment Mr. Fayose whose antecedent was well known to all, later switched to the Labour Party where he contested the Ekiti Central Senatorial seat in 2011 but lost flatly at the polls. When the said Mr. “Abecity” was arrested by the police and detained at Abuja it was Mr. Fayose who stood surety for him. Neither Mr. Fayose nor his agents have been prosecuted for the murder of Engr. Kehinde Fasuba prompting frontline human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, in an open letter to the Inspector General of Police calling for Fayose’s arrest.
The human right lawyer too was a victim of Fayose’s threat to life. Mr. Femi Falana, on 19 June 2005, addressed a press conference in Lagos. He presented a videotape of Governor Fayose threatening to assassinate him, too. The clip showed Fayose in a white pair of shorts and white fez cap saying: “The day of election is not to be joked with. Anybody who crosses my path would be crushed. Tell Akilaya, Segun Oni and Falana that I am not Niyi Adebayo (former Governor) who they can toy with. They should be warned or else… If I find any of you to be disloyal… well, may God have mercy on your soul…”
Falana revealed that on 26 May 2005, somebody phoned him after listening to the alleged threat by the Ekiti Governor, “urging me to take action. I did a petition to take to the acting Inspector-General on 27 May. I had a meeting with him in Abuja on 28 May 2005, asking him to restrain Fayose from causing mayhem in Ekiti. My timely warning fell on deaf ears. Hence, the untimely death of Tunji Omojola, brother-in-law of the NCP councillorship candidate, Mr. Sabaike Suleiman,” Falana explained.
Falana further alleged that it was the same gang allegedly hired by Fayose to kill Engr. Kehinde Fasuba that also kidnapped the Atta of Ayede Ekiti, Oba Joseph Adeleye Orishagbemi at Ilawe Ekiti on September 20, 2010. A few hours later, the same gang also kidnapped the Provost of the College of Education, Dr. Ogunleye. The suspects are currently standing trial at the High Court, Lokoja, Kogi State for the abduction of several persons.
Oba Orisagbemi’s ordeal in the hands of Fayose dated back to 2004. The late Adeleye Orisagbemi had won the Atta of Ayede Ekiti stool in a contest with one Prince Lagunju Oso, a cousin of Ayo Fayose. The struggle for kingship led to a prolonged legal battle with the Appeal Court sitting in Benin invalidating Orisagbemi’s choice. The matter became riotous between the late king and his rival, Lagunju Oso with Fayose taking sides with his cousin.
Fayose accused Orisagbemi of instigating a communal unrest in his domain; he simply dispatched a team of his men to bring the embattled king to his office with a strict instruction to do it in a most ignoble way by bundling Orisagbemi, an Ekiti first class traditional ruler, into the boot of a car. The henchmen did just that. When they got to the governor’s office, it was Fayose, in an Idi Amin characteristic gangling and the devil may care strides that opened the boot to welcome an Oba in the trunk of a car to his office.
Thereafter, he got the police at the Okesha Police Station, Ado Ekiti to detain Oba Orishagbemi in the midst of armed robbers and hardened criminals for 30days.
On Sunday, February 15, 2004 Mr. S.K Babalola, who contested the PDP primaries and lost narrowly to Ayo Fayose took his turn. He was attacked by the Ayo Fayose killer squad at Ado Ekiti. He ran to a church where he was protected by worshippers. The criminals damaged the Izuzu Jeep belonging to Mr Babalola beyond repairs. Mr. Fayose prevented the Ekiti State Police Command from investigating the attempted murder and willful damage to property.
The Force Headquaters dispatched six policemen from the Police Headquarters to investigate the murderous attack on Mr. Babalola, they met a brick wall erected by Ayo Fayose. At a point, the policemen were assaulted by the killer squad.
Mr. Taye Fasuba, the chairman of Ado Ekiti Local Government had a running battle with Fayose on issues bothering on the Ekiti State and Local Government Joint Account as it was being managed by the governor.
After a failed attempt to get the House of Assembly to pass an executive bill empowering the governor to remove any ‘erring’ local government chairman, on September 11, 2004, the Fayose killer squad attempted to assassinate Mr. Taiye Fasuba, the then Chairman of Ado Ekiti Local Government for challenging the diversion of local government funds in Ekiti State by Mr. Ayo Fayose. Even though the men, numbering about 30, had invaded Fasuba’s two-storey building in the Omolayo area of the city around 9.30p.m, when he was playing video games with his wife. When they heard a bang on the door of the living room, the wife decided to check. One of the assailants, after arguing with the woman, brushed her aside and made for Fasuba’s room. But the street-tough council chairman head-butted his would-be killer into unconsciousness, dribbled another who had approached his bedroom through the ceiling, ran as fast as his feet could carry him and hid in a bush. When he could not secure help from the nearby Ologede Police Station because the cops said they had no guns, he sought sanctuary at the Palace of the Ewi of Ado-Ekiti, Oba Rufus Adejugbe.
After the incident both Messrs. Ayo Fayose and Taye Fasuba were summoned to the Presidential Villa at Abuja by President Olusegun Obasanjo where they were “reconciled” in the presence of the then Inspector-General of Police, Tafa Balogun Esq., the Ewi of Ado Ekiti and Aare Afe Babalola SAN.
On March 21, 2005, the killer squad attacked Mr. Michael Ajasin, who was then the Chairmanship candidate of the National Conscience Party in the local government election for Ekiti South West Local Government. Even though the assassins narrowly missed their target Mr. Ayo Fayose did not allow the Ekiti State Police Command to investigate the violent attack.
Sometime in 2010, there was an attempt to kill Justice S.A. Daramola (current Chief Judge of Ekiti State). Mr. Ayo Fayose had paid a notorious armed robber/kidnapper, Charles Ovie the sum of N500,000.00 to kill the judge for refusing to strike out the murder charge against him (Fayose) pending before the judge at the material time. The assassin who was to kill the judge while returning to Ado Ekiti from a wedding at Awo Ekiti had a change of mind when he realized that the judge had once struck out a charge against him. In the petition to the IG, Falana attached a copy of the confessional statement of the hired assassin.
The involvement of Mr. Ayo Fayose in extra judicial killings in Ekiti State was confirmed by the then Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Sunday Ehindero at a press conference held in Abuja on October 20, 2006 and corroborated by the reports of a four man Presidential Security Committee set up by the then President Olusegun Obasanjo after Aare Afe Babalola raised an alarm over plots by Fayose to eliminate him.
The report of the committee submitted on September 18, 2005 to the Presidency reads: “Governor Fayose has zero-tolerance for opposition. He constantly sets in motion activities that will lead to violent acts and always travels out of town for his cohorts to perpetuate their violent acts without restraint and also create alibis.”
The report of the investigating team entitled, Update on Interim Report on Investigation of Alleged Threat to Life of Afe Babalola (Chief) by Ayo Fayose, Governor of Ekiti State, drew from sources it described as surveillance, record examination, elicitation and interviews. According to the report, investigation efforts began with the identification of Cottons Club, a recreational centre in Ibadan, Oyo State, which served as rendezvous for the suspected assassins.
The investigator also revealed that a source who frequents the fun-spot claimed that he overheard the suspected assassins perfecting plans on how to assassinate Babalola. Aside Cotton Club, the panel also discovered other spots allegedly used by the assassins as meeting points, where discussions were held in connection with their plans.
Part of the findings was that an Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) stalwart was a ready tool in the assassination attempt on Fasuba and the planned assassination of the former Aviation Minister, Babalola Borisade. The report confirmed the hired assassin was paid N250, 000 for the job. When he failed to carry out the assignment, his Isuzu Jeep was impounded by the governor. He was also present at the AD rally where the governor’s men clashed with that opposition party.
The panel came hard on him, both in character and bearing. Besides being described as hard-hearted and foolhardy, the report also dwelt on the Governor’s intolerance for opposition. It was also gathered that the Governor is most uncomfortable with the State Security Service (SSS) details posted to him because of the likelihood that such security operatives may not have good reports on him. Fayose’s love for intoxicants also attracted very generous attention from the investigators. “He is said to be a user of hard drugs, which makes him to be highly unpredictable and might have been responsible for some of his irrational acts.”
On his relationship with his erstwhile deputy, Abiodun Aluko, the panel revealed that their strained relations culminated in the assassination attempt on Aluko on 14 May, 2005 and the subsequent impeachment move by the Ekiti State House of Assembly. Part of the former Deputy Governor’s problems actually began with the N1.3 billion allegedly spent on the controversial Ekiti Poultry Project. According to the report, N800 million of the said amounts was frittered away by the Governor through drainpipes such as Biological Concepts Limited. Aluko, it was gathered, incurred the wrath of the Governor when he insisted on due process and accountability.
But the security report also linked Fayose’s propensity for violence to the many ugly incidents that punctuated his administration in the last three years. These were the assassination attempt on Taye Fasuba, Chairman, Ado-Ekiti Local Government; the state’s orchestrated protest led by Dayo Okondo and designed to recall an assertive member of the Ekiti State House of Assembly, an incident that resulted in the death of one Muyiwa Adeyanju, and the politically motivated attacks on Mobil Filling Station, Ikere Road, Ado-Ekiti.
Others include the illegal arrest and detention of law-abiding citizens like Joseph Adeleye Orisagbemi, the Atta of Aiyede, the unwarranted media attacks on Rufus A. Aladesanmi III, Ewi of Ado-Ekiti, the attempt on Okebiorun’s life over a political disagreement and the violence-ridden Federal Constituency bye-election at Omuo Ekiti in addition to the killing of Ekiti State College of Education students for protesting over the suspected removal of their provost. Above all, the Governor’s men allegedly operated a death squad.
The security report also confirmed how Fayose terminated the appointment of two editorial staff of Ekiti State Radio for ‘ungraciously’ reporting Governor Olagunsoye Oyinlola’s visit to the Ewi of Ado-Ekiti.
Aside the planned assassination of Babalola, the report also listed seven other names of people with complaints on threat to their lives: MB Ogele, a lawyer; Senator Bode Olowoporoku, A. Akilaya, O. Oni, Babafemi Ojudu, Femi Falana, Abiodun Aluko and Afe Babalola.
But the findings on the Governor’s aides are no less revealing. Chief Dayo Okondo, a retired army captain and former Chairman, Ikere Local Government Area, according to the report, maintains a terror machine that is dreaded throughout the State. In his statement, he claimed that the bloody clash at the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) office in Ado Ekiti was mainly between the mainstream PDP and Lawrence Agunbiade’s faction.
He denied the allegation that the attack on Gbenga Jayeola, Sehinde Daramola and other students of the College of Education, Ikere took place in his house. He later told the panel that he did not fire a gun at the demonstrating students. Regarding the ward election and Democracy Walk which almost set Ado-Ekiti on fire, the retired army captain and Chairman, Ekiti State Civil Service Commission, said there was no time he called on the Governor to report the situation in Ifaki. He also denied knowledge of the death of Omojola and the attempt on Fasuba’s life.
However, the investigating team’s verdict on Okondo showed that the man “exhibits coercive tendencies and a pathological instinct for extreme violence which could have resulted from his military background in combat operations which was his specialization.” The report also referred to Okondo’s role in the death of seven people who lost their lives in 2000 at the PDP secretariat, Ureje, Ado-Ekiti during the party’s leadership crisis.
The case of Olugbenga Jaiyeola, a petty contractor in Ekiti who was found in a bus belonging to the Students Union Government of the Ekiti State College of Education during the riots, is pathetic. He was shot in the thigh by Okondo. In spite of the recommendation of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry and the subsequent white paper that his medical bills and the cost of N250, 000 and N1 million compensation be paid to him, the Fayose government has refused to implement both.
His sustenance, medical bills and cost of the artificial limb were, however, defrayed by Abiodun Aluko, former Deputy Governor. Okondo’s role in the fracas of 28 May 2005 during the inauguration of Ado-Ekiti Local Government Alliance for Democracy (AD) executive officials also attracted the panel’s attention. According to the report, Okondo, Goke Olatunji and the Fayose physically took part in the violence that took place at the Matthew Street venue of the AD inauguration. The concluding part of the verdict revealed, “that Okondo used prohibited firearms and ammunition and could have been in possession of such.”
Okondo is also alleged to be in charge of an illegal training ground somewhere at Igbemo in Ifelodun/Irepodun LGA of Ekiti (Fayose’s local government) where thugs “are trained in armed combat, weapon handling and so on.” Isaac Owolabi Fayose, the Governor’s younger brother, gave useful information on himself and his activities. He claimed to have returned to Ado-Ekiti from England, his former place of abode, to assist his brother in his political campaign in February 2003.
Later, he abandoned one of his businesses, Valentino’s Buddy Nite Club in Ado-Ekiti, following the row between the Governor and members of his family. Though he participated in his brother’s political activities in 2003, the younger Fayose told the panel that he is apolitical, having stayed out of politics all his life until 2003. He also denied knowledge of the Ifaki incident, claiming that he is just a simple businessman who provides security dogs to clients like Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA).
But the investigators insisted on further probing the questionable circumstances under which Isaac Fayose returned to Nigeria from the United Kingdom. They confirmed his use of hard drugs like Indian hemp and other psychotropical substances. The panel also faulted the younger Fayose’s claim that he received £100,000 as claims from a car accident in the U.K. The panel said he was actually present and took part in the beating of Omojola at Ifaki. They confirmed his presence at the Democracy Day Walk on Mathew Street and wondered why a man whose hometown is less than fifteen kilometres from Ifaki would claim that he had never been there.
Adegoke Olatunji, Personal Assistant, P.A. to Fayose, is about the closest aide to the Governor. Since 2000 when he was introduced to Fayose by Demola Ojo, Chairman, Ibarapa Central Local Government Area in Oyo State, the relationship has grown remarkably. Yet, despite their closeness, Olatunji still denied knowledge or participation in the many crises involving his boss. However, the security panel did not only describe him as a confidant of the Governor, but also referred to him as an active member of his kitchen cabinet.
In character, Olatunji is known to be temperamental, a trait that is further re-inforced by his suspected use of hard drugs. They also confirmed that he was not only aware of all the alleged violent acts involving the Governor but also collaborated. Olatunji was described as incompetent and lousy. According to the panel, he normally uses the Chief Security Officer (CSO) and some policemen under his command to foment trouble. They were in the habit of indiscriminately using firearms around the Government House, Ado Ekiti and Orole Hotel in Ikere. They routinely shot into the air without any need, to create panic and fear around members of the public.
Despite the P.A’s denial, his participation in the Ifaki bye-election crisis that resulted in the death of Omojola is fully documented in the Ekiti State Police Command letter ref. No LBO 900/EKS/SHQ/VOL.IV/86 of 19 March 2004. With the CSO, he arrested Joke Ogunleye and her two daughters. Olatunji, who operates a foreign account, an action that is contrary to the nation’s constitutional provisions, also has a landed property in the U.K.
He was found to be a collaborator in the Ifaki bye-election, where he was “alleged to have participated in the assault on Omojola, which culminated in his death, the clash with AD during the Democracy Day Walk, manhandling of the proprietor of Friendlies Hotel.” Like the Governor’s P.A, Timothy Gbenga Joseph, Assistant Superintendent of Police, ASP, Chief Security Officer, CSO to the Governor, is believed to have participated actively in all the alleged violent acts of Governor Fayose. Though he denied all the allegations and even lied under oath, security reports on him showed that he was appointed CSO under very controversial circumstances in the State, despite protest by the Ekiti State Police Command.
The panel also gathered that he boasted publicly about his exploits and admiration for certain controversial operatives. “The CSO has been boasting that Hamza Mustapha was his mentor. In a bid to live up to the position of CSO, and be like his mentor, he has involved himself in unprofessional conduct and extra-judicial activities by collaborating with Olatunji (P.A.) to arrest, torture, harass and detain citizens of Ekiti State without recourse to laid-down principles of criminal justice administration.”
He was linked to the arrest and detention of Joke Ogunleye and two of her children because of her husband’s perceived misdemeanour.” Joseph was also, according to the panel, responsible for the detention of Moses Olusola, Emmanuel Nidu, Sunday Ninu, Festus Akinola and Ogunmuti Ojo. Joseph was said to indulge in indiscriminate use of arms and ammunition without any just cause “by shooting into the air, to intimidate and threaten citizens in Ekiti State.
Fayose’s CSO, according to the panel, lied on oath in all his presentations. He was also found to be responsible for the arrest, torture and detention of Gabriel Ojo, Ayodele Olowoye and Oludare Oluseyi “for allegedly defacing the billboards of Fayose before the visit of President Obasanjo to Ekiti State in 2005.” He was also said to be responsible for laying siege through the use of police operatives to the official residence of the Deputy Governor by “restricting the movement of members of his nuclear family and relations.” That is, the Deputy Governor’s first daughter and the elder sister were prevented from having access to his official residence even when he was at home.
The panel, therefore, recommended that full investigation be carried out on his role in the plots to assassinate Chief Babalola and Falana. Worse still, Joseph was recommended for immediate redeployment. The panel, after its investigations, recommended that Goke Olatunji who “featured prominently in planning and execution of virtually all violent acts perpetrated…” be subjected to criminal prosecution immediately to avert his escape. Also, the Code of Conduct Bureau Tribunal, according to the panel, should look into Olatunji’s foreign accounts and landed properties within and outside the country. The panel said witnesses would testify against him on Omojola’s death. The Governor’s younger brother, in the submission of the panel, should be “prosecuted with others.” Moreover, the panel recommended further investigation into his finances both at home and abroad.
The panel came down heavily on Okondo, “the arrowhead of all violent acts against perceived opponents within and outside the PDP since year 2000.” These include the killing of the five party members at Ureje, Ado-Ekiti; the death of Muyiwa Adeyanju at the party’s secretariat in Ikere Ekiti in 2004; the shooting of Gboyega Jaiyeola in the town; Omojola’s death as well as the murder attempt on Fasuba and others. He was alleged to be implicated in the possession of illegal arms and ammunition, and the training of thugs at Igbemo in Ifelodun/Irepodun Local Government area.
The security panel, therefore, recommended him for “criminal prosecution” and that he should be further investigated. Also recommended by the panel for criminal prosecution is Timothy Gbenga Joseph who, because of his prolonged stay in government houses in Abuja and Ekiti, “has indulged himself in extra-judicial approach to solving and management of security problems.”
Apart from his role in the planned assassination of Babalola and Falana, illegal arrest and detention of Festus Akinola, Moses Olusola, Joke Ogunleye and others, the team advised that “Joseph’s activities should be further investigated.” For his role as the liaison in the alleged covert activities of Governor Fayose in Akure and Ibadan, the plan to murder Chief Babalola and other allegations, Babatunde Adesanya was recommended for criminal prosecution for conspiracy and attempted murder.
The team recommended the following people for further investigation: Moses Usman (a former orderly to Okondo), who allegedly fired gunshots at students of College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti; Mobile Police Sergeant Shaba Usman (force number 164870), the orderly to the Governor’s wife; Thaddeus Aina, Chairman, Ido/Osi Local Government Area on Ifaki killing; Akin Olayisade (on the incident); Kayode Osho, Commissioner for Works and one-time Chief of Staff to the Governor (over the attempt on Chief Babalola’s life) and Dele Owoju, Osho’s associate. Others are Ajayi Egbo, Okondo’s driver who allegedly conveyed the assailants to Fasuba’s house; Olomofe, Osho’s pal; one Mr. Brown, Fayose’s uncle, and others.
With the damning security report and its attendant legal implication, Fayose, just as he once brought Oba Orisagbemi to Ekiti Government House in the boot of a car, he too was spirited out of the government house in the boot of a car by his few remaining trusted aides on October 15, 2006. Twenty four hours later, the Ekiti State House of Assembly drew the curtain on his forty months and fifteen days reign of terror.
Final verdict on his character according to the Presidential Security Committee report: “the investigators exhumed a decade-old family feud involving the Governor. His father had accused Ayodele Fayose of locking him (the father) in the boot of his car.” May his likes never rule Ekiti again.

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