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Ayo Fayose Hails Dickson’s Re-election, Slams APC For Scuttling Democracy

by on January 11, 2016
 

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State described the re-election of the Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, as a demonstration of the resolve of Bayelsa people to choose their own governor.  The Ekiti State Governor further described the People of Bayelsa as “worthy heroes of democracy that stood their ground against agents of darkness that were prepared to short-change them by imposing a governor they do not want on them.

In a statement signed by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Governor Ayo Fayose noted that it was shameful that several people were killed in an election in Bayelsa State with eight Local Government areas in which more than 20,000 security personnel, including soldiers were deployed.

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“If the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) could not conduct a free and fair election in just eight Local Governments in one month, one wonders how long it will take INEC to conduct the president election that will be held in 774 Local Governments in 2019″.

“The people of Bayelsa have shown that their power is more than that of the Abuja political oppressors. They have shown that tyranny can be defeated through the collective will of the people”.

“I congratulate Governor Dickson for this sweet victory. I salute Bayelsa people for standing firm against terror. I sympathise with
families of those that were murdered and I urge Nigerians to take note of the systematic destruction of democracy by the APC government in Abuja”.

The Governor lamented that the legacy of free, fair and credible elections bequeathed on Nigeria by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) government of Dr Goodluck Jonathan was already being destroyed by the President Muhammadu Buhari led All Progressives Congress (APC) government.

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  • February 12, 2016 at 10:25 am

    ‘I’ve always beveleid that countries get the ‘leaders’ they deserve. No one complains in Nigeria, and everyone is quick to jump into a collective self-delusion mentality when the money and the owambes start to flow’No one complains in Nigeria because there’s absolutely NO ONE to listen or even to do something about it. Its a situation that has been going on for EONS now, so the people are now used to it, hence the term “Suffering and Smilling”. I sincerely hoped for change in this coming elections, i hoped that at Donald Duke had a tiny drop in a bucket of chance, to turn things around in the country given his impressive records, but as every one knows, Nigerian politics is nothing but who knows who, and who owes allegiance to who, hence the rich gets richer and poor keeps dwindling to downright nottingness (if thats a word). I just read ur two posts for today and i can see the disdain and disgust in your voice. And when you complained about the Arik Air incident, did you get a satisfactory response from the stewardess??? I’m guessing most likely not…and trust me that complaint didn’t go any further than where it was made! Its the Naija way, and i’m wondering when it will end.

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