Former governor of Ekiti state, Ayo Fayose reacted to those who are protesting over the last presidential election and said that they are wasting their time.
Ayo Fayose made the statement in an interview with the TVC News when he was airing his view about the last presidential election and the person of Tinubu.
Following the just-concluded presidential election, recall that there have been several contentions and reactions as to the credibility of the elections so much so that the Labour Party and the PDP party have approached the court for redress. In fact, The PDP engaged in a protest yesterday in Abuja.
However, Ayo Fayose first said that he has never by any standard benefitted politically from the president-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu which means he is not speaking for him and he is not against him, however he have respect for him.
Ayo Fayose then said that on the election matter, those people who are protesting are just wasting their time.
"All those people protesting are just wasting their time. It is better an election not done, not announced. The moment that election is announced, you are only jamb aline, you are just rolling your mouth."
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