Gov. Fayose Questions President Buhari’s Continuous Absence In Official Functions


Gov. Fayose Questions President Buhari’s Continuous Absence In Official Functions

According to Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state, President Buhari has been obviously absent in several official functions in the state.

In a press release issued by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka in Ado Ekiti, Fayose questioned President Muhammadu Buhari’s persistent absence from state functions, especially the weekly Federal Executive Council meetings.

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In his opinion, he thinks a group of cabal is exercising the powers of the President and the result it is getting into the fore.

Fayose said:

“Every day, what we hear is president said this, the president said that without seeing the president in any official function and one is prompted to ask; where is the president?”

“I saw the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr. Babachir Lawal, on television responding to his suspension and what came to my mind was that there could actually be many presidents operating in the Buhari’s presidency.

“Perhaps, it is for this reason of possible existence of governments within the government of Buhari that confusion pervades the polity, with the president himself writing letter to the Senate to clear someone of wrongdoing and the same person being suspended three months after on the basis of the same allegation.

“It is also for this reason that the President nominated Ibrahim Magu to the Senate for confirmation as EFCC Chairman and the DSS – an agency under the Presidency – wrote the Senate not to confirm him.”

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Meanwhile, Fayose recently offered an NYSC corps member, Osamwonyi Bright Osas a job after the young man begged to take a picture with the governor.

This happened during the governor’s visit to Ikere Ekiti, where he went to inspect the third phase of the ongoing Ado/Ikere road dualization.

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