The Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has alleged that the problems of Nigeria are not just on the leadership but also on the followers. Fayose speaking about the concluded general election stated that It was a free and fair election. He alleged that the protesters who have stormed the streets shouting about the election are literally wasting their time.
Fayose referred to how Nigerians mocked him in 2019 when he cried out that he was hit in the head by a gun. He stated that until the people come together to form a strong alliance that is the only time they could be taken serious. He advised that the protesters should leave the streets and face their live business.
He said, ''No matter what you say, experience counts in all these things. If you have not run an election before and you sit out there shouting, you are just shouting to no where.
I was hit with a gun in my spinal cord in 2019, a lot of Nigerians mocked and laughed at me. These things are not about noises, if there is something wrong with leadership, something is wrong with followers. All this noise is a waste of time.''
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