EFCC Arrest Ekiti Ex-Governor Ayo Fayose

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Former Governor of Ekiti State, Mr. Ayo Fayose has been arrested by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Sources told P.M.News this afternoon that he was picked up today by the EFCC operatives who will keep him in their custody throughout this weekend until next week Monday when he will be flown from Lagos to Kaduna for trial.

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5 Responses to “EFCC Arrest Ekiti Ex-Governor Ayo Fayose”

  1. Dominic says:

    Yes!! Fayose is another man who should clearly be in jail. Now, when are we going to unchain the EFCC from politicians and political appointees?

    All these cases need to be tried and resolved within six months, and certainly within one year, so that the people can see that justice does indeed work. Will the government please unleash the EFCC from the politicians?

  2. olusola says:

    HE,is the messia of ekiti pls leave him alone.since fayose exit in ekiti, we have not witness any development.

  3. DAVID JAMES says:

    NIGERIA IS DOOMED FOR LIFE.RUBBISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Ifedayo says:

    What’s this story about somebody being the messiah of Ekiti? It is an insult to suggest that we cannot credible, dynamic and efficient leaders out of the millions of people in Ekiti. So should we adopt a rogue (yes, I know he is innocent until proven guilty) as governor because he did some of the things expected of a person in that office?
    We seem tto have collectively lost out “shame”. We no longer have limits and that is why thieves return to their villages to a hero’s welcome. I guess we certainly deserve the leaders we get!!!

  5. loyal nigerian says:

    It is obvious that olusola is an illiterate, illiterate people tend to support rascals  as long as this rascals put some ‘chicken change’ in their pockets or in some cases donate umbrellas, t-shirts and “fayose inscribed souvenirs”…Nigerians when will you go to school????

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