Former Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose has alleged that the main opposition party, PDP gave out 5 million naira to some hoodlums to disrupt the peace of the country, following their presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar's failure to secure the presidency after contesting for the sixth time. The PDP chieftain made this known while speaking in a TV program, Justice Crack on Saturday morning.
At the course of the interview, the PDP chieftain alleged that if Nigerians see any protest or riot across the country, then they should know that the riot was sponsored by the opposition party, PDP. He further alleged that his party paid the total sum of 5 million naira to those hoodlums, but unfortunately for his party, they cannot make it again because people are tired of them and the only person they want right now is the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi.
Hear him, "You know Peter Obi is a very smart guy. Peter Obi deserves what is happening and if you see any rally, it is sponsored by PDP, they went to give them 5 million yesterday night, but PDP cannot make it again. Nobody is talking about us again".
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