The Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has berated the flag bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar for embarking on the street to protest against Bola Tinubu emergence as President-elect. Fayose alleged that it was illogical for Atiku to be storming the streets after he had already approached the court over the election results.
He expressed his delight over the fact that the Police and the INEC officials didn't stop Atiku from walking around the streets of Abuja. He alleged that it's a privilege for Atiku to exercise his body as an elderly man. He stated further that the protests being seen across the country are being sponsored by the PDP.
He said, ''How can you be in court challenging the result and you are still doing protests. I have said it before that if you see any protest, it is a PDP protest. The ones they did earlier, they said they are civil society. Is Atiku a civil society organization member? Is he an activist?
In the recent one they did, I saw him climbing the truck and he started leading the protest. I like INEC and the police for not stopping him, they allowed him to exercise his body. When you walk around the town three times, you will go back to your house. You will be extremely tired.''
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