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Ondo election: Bode George, Gov Makinde responsible for assault on me – Fayose

The immediate past Governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose has accused Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State and a former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Bode George as responsible for the assault on him at the party’s rally in Ondo State on Wednesday.

Fayose was assaulted by some hoodlums while climbing the podium at the campaign ground as his cap removed.

In a statement signed by his media aide, Lere Olayinka, the former Governor of Ekiti State the incident will be duly reported to the security agencies and the relevant authorities in the party for further investigation.

He however vowed not to stop saying the truth concerning the running of the party in the Southwest zone, saying those who have failed to produce any result in Lagos State since 1999 will be made to retire.

Fayose said, the same way he was assaulted was how late Chief Bola Ige’s cap was removed in Ile Ife, Osun State then and suggesting that that led to his death.

“I will not wave the threat aside, had it all planned and they followed it up by
celebrating what they saw as the success of their plot. They even capped it up by circulating the video” Fayose said.

“So it was not an accident, it was planned. But those who planned it only succeeded in advertising their political myopism, because the popularity of the brand Ayo Fayose, Osokomole cannot be rubbished by such childish acts.

“That they must have seen in the reaction of the people at the rally and I am sure they know that they can’t get such a loud ovation even if they spend all the money in this world.

“As for me, I am unperturbed and I must say it clearly that those new comers to the PDP and their old allies, who won’t mind soiling the image of the party to achieve their aims will not be allowed to
succeed,” he said


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