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Fayose: I attended Akeredolu’s inauguration for unity of Yoruba.

 Governor, Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State on Friday said in Akure that the welfare and unity of Yoruba people were important for anybody to play politics with.

Fayose said this was the major reason why he attended the inauguration of Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu (SAN) as the governor of Ondo State.

He said that being a leader of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), should not stop him from attending the inauguration of an All Progressives Congress (APC) governor.

Fayose said such an occasion was a national event that all well-meaning people should identify with.

“This is a Nigerian affair. When a governor is sworn in, we have to support him.‎ we are talking of regional integration and unity and Akeredolu is one of us.

“We have to support him and electioneering has come and gone and a winner has emerged and we have to work together in the spirit of the people of our region.

“We cannot play politics with the welfare of the people of our region. We have to support Akeredolu to make the difference.‎ This is a matter of the Yoruba nation and after Nigeria, Yoruba nation comes first. We don’t need to play politics with the welfare of Yoruba people,” he said.

Asked if his presence means he is planning to join the APC, the governor said nothing of such was in the offing.

“I am the main issue of the APC. They don’t have my size. They are wearing Babaringa and they don’t have the size of my cloth”.

“The other time we gave them 16-0 and this time around, if it is possible to get a local government from another state, we will give them 17-0‎ in the 2018 governorship election” Fayose vowed.



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