Gov. Fayose Explains Why He’s Seeking Re-Election In 2018

Ekiti State governor, Ayodele Fayose unravels his intentions for the 2018 gubernatorial election on Monday evening, May 22, 2017. The governor who was impeached in 2006, said he’s looking forward to completing his truncated first term cum 2018.

Fayose was about seven months away from his first tenure in office before he was threw out of seat, the Supreme Court however nullified the impeachment.

Speaking in a live broadcast on Ekiti State Television in Ado-Ekiti on Monday evening, Fayose said since the apex court had ruled out the 2006 illegal impeachment, he decided to kick off his publicity ahead of the next election.

He also explained why his campaign posters flooded the state and expressed his readiness to approach same court to interpret what that ruling means and also consider seeking a re-election in 2018According to him; “The Continuty poster you see my image in and which is spreading across the state can be interpreted in two ways. First is the need for me to ask the apex court to explain its 2014 ruling that my so-called impeachment in 2014 was ‎illegal, null and void and consider a re-election in 2018 so that I can complete my term.

“Second is for me to get our own man, one who is like Ayo Fayose to continue after my tenure in 2018.”

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