Fayose Orders Ekiti Senators to Help Fayemi Scale Through Ministerial Screening

by on October 8, 2015

Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has ordered federal lawmakers representing the state to ensure that Dr. Kayode Fayemi has a hitch free screening exercise at the floor of the senate when screening of the country’s ministerial nominees takes off.

According to Daily Post, Fayose made this known during a chat with student leaders of Ekiti origin at the conference hall of the governor’s office Wednesday night.

“Ekiti is my number one priority, I called all the house of reps and senators that went to Abuja from here, some people petitioned the National Assembly, stating how Fayemi sunk Ekiti into heavy debt, I have told the members not to do that,” he said.

“It is God that judges people, not we. You must support him there. If a child would die, it shouldn’t be from the mother.

“They should not go to the house and oppose Kayode Fayemi, No, they must never do that. An Ekiti man is an Ekiti man. I appeal to everybody, you must support him.

“All former ministers from here in the time past practically really have nothing to show because we pull one another down, we pull one another down.

“We must not pull them down. If they are behaving like that, we must live a better life. Promotion does not come from man but from God Almighty.”

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