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Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Fayose Denies Suicide Claims If Buhari Returns From London

The Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose, has denied regularly saying he would confer suicide if President Muhammadu Buhari came back to Nigeria arrive. Mr. Buhari came back from London, Saturday, where he had been on therapeutic get-away for more than 100 days. 

The Chief Press Secretary to the representative, Idowu Adelusi, said on Monday that the announcement was a "formation of the All Progressives Congress, APC in the state." 

"Mr. Fayose never said he would confer suicide if the President comes back to the nation," he demanded. "It is the formation of the APC. It is their style to make such deception." 

He stated, rather, the senator had wished the president well and had gone along with others in appealing to God for him. 

While commending the landing of Mr. President at a rally in Ado-Ekiti on Monday, the APC featured the asserted promise by Mr. Fayose to confer suicide if the President came back to the nation. 

The senator, a vocal pundit of the president and his gathering, the APC, was cited as saying, "I will submit suicide if Buhari returns alive." 

Mr. Fayose's media helpers had faulted the gossip for the craftsmanship of the Buhari publicity hardware. 

Mr. Fayose's Special Assistant on Public Communication and New Media, Lere Olayinka, had in his response, same day the quote developed, exposed the announcement. 

"Compassionately ignore this announcement, as it didn't exude from Governor Fayose," he had said. 

"It is their standard method for moving the general population's consideration from the genuine inquiry Nigerians are soliciting, with regards to the whereabouts from the President. At no time was such articulation made by the representative."

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