Critical Times News : Fayemi's victory is a death sentence to Ekiti workers — Indigenes lament

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Fayemi's victory is a death sentence to Ekiti workers — Indigenes lament

Mrs Fisayo Ogulana, an indigene of Ekiti State has said that Dr Kayode Fayemi's victory as New governor elect is a death sentence passed on Ekiti workers. She said that teachers should get ready to die. 

Her words, “Ekiti is in trouble again; let all the teachers be ready for their death.

“This is death sentence passed on the workers and people of Ekiti.

“Giving the hard time the state suffered with Fayemi as governor before and they voted him out, our people will not have voted him into office again; something is wrong.

“I am confident that the result will be contested in court and upturned in favour of the true will of the people,” she said.

Miss Ayobami Olusegun also said that from discussions among her people and in her neighbourhood in Ekiti, the governor-elect was not popular among the ordinary people in the state.

“My parents back home and most of the neighbours did not vote Fayemi; they must have rigged the election.

“Even when you interact with people in Ekiti, you will see that they do not want Fayemi and the discussion among the people reflects it; we are surprised that Fayemi won,” she said.

Mr Peter Ogulana, a businessman, said “people do not hide their dislike for the governor-elect.

“What happened is unfair; I know Ekiti people do not like him; this is maximum rigging.

“If it was in the north or east, there would be fighting by now but the westerners do not easily get into violence,” he said.

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