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    Sunday, 9 October 2016

    Activist hits Fayose on DSS invasion of judge’s homes



    Nelson Ekujumi, a Lagos-based human rights activist has hit Ayodele Fayose, governor of Ekiti state, south-west Nigeria below the belt.
    Ekujumi  in his post on facebook Sunday said that if there is one politician in our clime who continues to recklessly assault the collective intelligence of Nigerians, it is no other than Ayodele Fayose, the governor of Ekiti state.

    Time and time again, this new face of clownish political opposition in our political space continues to amuse no one but himself by his tomfoolery.

    Thus, one is shocked and assaulted by the effrontery of hypocritical condemnation of DSS invasion of judges’ residence by Mr. Ayodele Fayose's.

    Incase Mr. Fayose has forgotten, Nigerians cannot forget in a hurry how he led thugs and miscreants to desecrate the temple of justice by disrupting proceedings in the hearing on the suit challenging his qualification to contest the 2014 governorship election.

    To the consternation of all, thugs in their hundreds with Fayose leading, invaded the high court in Ekiti, destroying court furniture and windows.“Court records in the Chief Judge’s office were torn into shreds and Chief Judge’s Secretary thoroughly beaten. Not done, Justice Adeyeye was beaten black and blue and his coat torn by Fayose and his thugs.”

    Therefore, if Nigerians are divided over the latest action of the DSS invasion of judges residences and are exercising their democratic right of expression of condemnation and commendation, the least qualified person to comment, is Mr.
    Fayose and like our people say, "Ori ko ri ara re" which implies that an hypocrite will always be quick like lightening to condemn an action for which he has assumed notoriety just because the shoe is on the other leg.  Ayodele Fayose latest outburst is nothing but his usual tantrums, if you ask me.




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