The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State has stated that Mr Ayo Fayose, the state’s former governor, is a man who loves attention.
According to the APC, Fayose can shout Hosanna! today and crucify him! tomorrow as far as he is sure of his gains.
The Director of Media and Publicity of Ekiti in APC, Elder Sam Oluwalana, stated this in a statement stressing that the former governor crippled the other arms of government while he was the governor of the state.
Oluwwalana said: “It is on record that the mace of the assembly, which is the authority of the legislature was kept at the government house, while the law makers would have to seek permission from Fayose before convening any sitting.
“And he is now shouting that there is no democracy in APC.
“It was during his regime that the minority members of the assembly impeached a Speaker while vocal members were railroaded into indefinite suspension until they succumbed to his whims.
“The people of the state will not quickly forget how Fayose administration equally crippled the functions of the judiciary, while his attorney general was always privy to any judgement to be delivered by Judges; he even led some of his thugs to storm a court in session and physically beat up a presiding Judge.
“The people of the state are praying that they will never experience the type of Fayose’s democracy in which workers were owed salaries, pensioners were dying of hunger, and citizens turned to beggars.
“The spate of killings in the state became aggravated with people unable to sleep with two eyes closed.
“He has succeeded in disintegrating his party, PDP, leading to the national excos imposing foreigners to administer the party as caretakers.
“Fayose is wandering across the country like someone that has been cursed. He thinks he can cause confusion in the APC as he has done to his party, unknown to him that he is dealing with more matured politicians.
“He should seek divine intervention to wash the curse placed on him by senior citizens of the state he made to suffer when he was governor.
He further enjoined the former governor to leave the party alone and stop his “divisive tendencies”.
“Can democracy be said to be thriving under this one -man show? Fayose has no moral right to criticize democratic practice in this country as he who demands equity must come with a clean hand,” he added.