Ayo Fayose Reveals Plan To Contest For Presidential Election


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Feb 21, 2017 – Ayo Fayose Reveals Plan To Run For Presidential Election

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose recently disclosed in a live interview on AIT that he is planning to contest for Presidential election.

This is what Fayose told Focus Nigeria show host, Gbenga Aruleba:

“It is not by power. It is destiny. I did not believe it when I became Ekiti governor after eight years of leaving office. “I will be the vice president of Nigeria, even the President very soon.”

13 thoughts on “Ayo Fayose Reveals Plan To Contest For Presidential Election

  1. Mr fayose ,he belike say some pastors,alfa or rituals have started to dey collect some money from you….if not why you dey have day-dream…yeyyeyeye man of all people wey dey nigeria na you go cum be lailai…you go think say na Trump election…

    Joker you

    • So na God wan make am president??..better think we’ll bfor quoting the scripture. And you will be in this Nigeria looking at fayose on that presidential seat!

  2. You that cannot even govern your state meritoriously, not to talk of dreaming to become no.1 man. If your colleagues in occult world are deceiving you, don’t deceive yourself. You only good in deceiving Ekiti people by vilifying Buhari pretending to be working on their side whereas your intension is to rob them and empty the entire treasury of Ekiti State. Do not even nurse such ambition because you cannot get there. I’m not God but my truth God will never allow a miscreat like you to govern Nigeria. I will renounce my citizenship as a Nigerian the day you accidentally become a commander in chief. Trust me on this.

  3. What I love about podiums like this is the opportunity to see people slay themselves. The same people that accuse this man of publicity are quick to use podiums like this to attack the man, Fayose. I wonder who then is seeking cheap popularity. Talk is cheap! The poor fellow passing comments on the pictures of a made man! Like spectators shouting in the stadium while the footballers themselves rake in thousands of naira/whatever currency. I met this man only once while receiving an academic award during our convocation in those days (UNAD). Growing up in the state, I had witnessed the reign of previous administrations and that of Fayose. I don’t need an encyclopaedia to seek advice on the disparity between Fayose’s administration an do those of the others. Seventeen years of watching him, he still retains his identity. Cry as much as you can, we love him. Well, we may say he has an addiction of talking a lot, a major weakness as many perceive. Yet, he combines on-the-ground action commensurate with his speech. Watch out for him. I wont be surprised if he gets to the presidency, given his antecedent records. Remember Trump. People that succeed in life are people of unwavering commitment, he has shown this over the years. Let him be! Rather than use podiums like this to pull people down, get involved. Join or float a party. Stand against the norms. Stand for your ideal. Seek to occupy a position where you can impact.

    • It appears you have benefitted much from this defiant of yours that is ok but for your information, Fayose cannot even make it to final round in primary not to talk of being the nominee for his party. That is a fact even if he rigs the election. We are talking about becoming a president not running a state. Fayose has no requisite to become the president.

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