Ekiti state Governor, Ayo Fayose has strengthened his resolve to stand up for what he believes is the truth.
Fayose said he will not stop criticising President Buhari, no matter the challenges he will face.
The Governor, through his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Idowu Adelus, said “The Bible says people with God are in the majority. This is not the first time people will harass me. It is a conspiracy and it will collapse like other attempts before it. I will remain critical of the activities of the Federal Government, especially when they do things that are inimical to the welfare of Nigerians.”
Fayose also said “Imagine the questions they asked my commissioner for finance. They asked him if the Federal Government had reimbursed the state government on work done on federal roads. But the records are with them in Abuja. Can’t they check?
“We have nothing to hide and they are only chasing shadows and are time-wasters.”
“Telling the Federal Government that the economy is in trouble and that the President should stay at home to face governance is not a crime, and it is part of my rights as a citizen of this country. I am like a tree planted by the bank of a river that brings forth its fruits in due season,” he said.
This is coming on the heels of the alleged invasion of the Ekiti House of Assembly by men of the Department of State Services (DSS).