Fayose alleges plot by Fayemi to implicate him, PDP leaders with murder

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose has raised alarm over alleged plot by the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, to implicate him and some chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) with murder.


Fayose alleged that a meeting was held in Fayemi’s country home, Isan-Ekiti, where he said a certain thug popularly known as Agbara was assigned with the task of carrying out the sinister plot of killing people and dumping their corpses in houses belonging to PDP chieftains as well as Fajuyi Park.

But Fayemi campaign organisation in its reaction to the allegation described it as false alarm. 


A statement signed by Wole Olujobi said, "This is not the first time Fayose is raising false alarm like this. When Fayose raises this kind of alarm, you can be sure that death is lurking in the corner to take off his enemy by his own thugs and blame the murder on the opposition.

"This is exactly the same way his media men raised the alarm on August 12, 2006 that security report had indicated that the opposition was planning the murder of a prominent politician and blame the murder on him in order to destabilise his administration.

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