Monday, 23 June 2014

Ekiti Decides: Fayose’s victory is a sign of what will happen to opposition party in 2015 – Aliyu

As congratulatory messages continue to pour in for the new elected governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, Niger State Governor, Muazu Babangida Aliyu has described the victory of the PDP as a sign of what would happen to the opposition come 2015. Aliyu, in a statement signed by his chief press secretary, Israel Ayegba Ebije, congratulated the PDP Governor-elect, Ayo Fayose on his victory over the incumbent, Kayode Fayose of the All Progressives Peoples Party (APC). The governor said the victory was well deserved, adding that the election was free and fair and mirrored the true desire of the people to welcome back PDP rule in Ekiti. “Let me congratulate Ayo Fayose on his well-deserved victory. From what observers said about the election, it was indeed free and fair and a reflection of the people’s interest in the PDP as a party that can deliver properly on dividends of democracy. “Let me also appeal for calm especially for those who have lost out in the contest. They must see the wish of the people as the will of God. They must therefore, in the interest of the people and desire to move the state forward, work with the Fayose. I am indeed glad, that a contestant in the spirit of true democratic practice has congratulated the winner already,” Aliyu said.

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