Fayose Offers To Join 2face Idibia’s Anti Buhari Rally On Monday

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fayose join 2face idiba anti buhari rally

February 2nd, 2017 – Fayose Offers To Join 2face Idibia’s Anti Buhari March On Monday

The Governor of Ekiti state has volunteered to come on board 2face Ibidia planned anti-government march scheduled to hold on Monday.

In a post on his Twitter handle shortly after 10:00 p.m., Mr. Fayose said the organisers have his full backing to launch the protest which they said will be “massive”.

“To organisers of Feb. 5 “Enough is Enough” National Protest, you have my total support and I will be part of the protest,” the governor said.

Mr. Fayose is the latest public figure to queue behind the organisers of the demonstration, which is expected to hold simultaneously in different cities across the country.

Mr. Idibia, while announcing the protest last week, said the Buhari administration’s rudderlessness has left too many Nigerians languishing in poverty with little to be hopeful for about the future.

19 thoughts on “Fayose Offers To Join 2face Idibia’s Anti Buhari Rally On Monday

  1. Whenever I called this senseless and corrupt governor a lunatic, people think I’m too harsh on him. Please tell me how that rally hundreds of miles away in a prosperious state like Lagos will pay over six months salaries and arrears of thousands of helpless Ekiti state workers? Honestly, as someone from Ekiti state, I strongly recommend that he visit mental hospital for treatment before its too late. He has completely deviated from the responsibility of any reasonable governor, and has turned himself to Area boy that unreasonably and stupidly attack PMB at any given opportunity. We welcome positive critics of any president and other elected officers. What a shame!

  2. Public looter trying to cover up behind those who benefited through jamboree of Jonathan. Nollywood + Nigerian musicians + Fayose = Jonathan’s largess.

  3. HADN’T 2face earlier said that this protest was not to score a political point? Seeing Fayose’s figure in the throng gives it an undoubtable political colouration. The Ekwo-Nku 1 of Ekiti seems not to know when he is mocking himself. I suggest he leaves this protest for amature and wannabe civil activists, for they are the ones who would force the government(whether PDP or APC) to sit up, or witness something similar to the Arab Spring.

    IF 2FACE DOES not want to face the heat from Nigeria’s political kitchen in the wake of this protest, let him gently dissuade Fayose from joining this protest, for it is being seen as a PDP thing already. The best that 2face could do now is to thread the mid-line between APC & PDP. No politician is welcome; just the common men of the masses!

  4. I know fully that we Nigerians are suffering but not a reason why the sitting governor will open mouth say that he will be a part of the protests… That’s the icon of Anti- Buari.. Its looks like PDP is part of the GAME…. Right??????
    Dis Pdp & Fayose lack political games.. I can see that Fayose will not run away from dis jall dream next year ending of his administration..

  5. DURING 2012 PROTEST THERE WERE ALOT OF POLITICAL LEADERS PROTESTING AGAINST THE REMOVAL OF SUBSIDY & NOBODY COULD CRITICIZED THEM. NOW IF FAYOSE WANTS TO JOIN THE PROTEST U DONT NEED TO START CASTIGATING HIM. MAJORITY OF U CRITICIZING HIM WILL NOT COME TO MAKE YOUR GRIEVANCES KNOWN RATHER U PREFER TO BE SUFFERING AND SMILING. THE REASON WHY NIGERIA AND MOST ESPECIALLY THE YORUBA RACE IS UNDER DEVELOP IS BECAUSE THERE IS NO LOVE AMONG US AND WE HATE TO HEAR THE TRUTH.

  6. Fayose that is constructing flying over where is no traffic, also planing airport in Ado Ekiti, the airport in Akure is seldom used. we are waiting for him at the rally because he is not doing anything tangible in the state, than to eat ponmo rain-coat in the local restaurant

  7. there are things you guys don’t understand in Nigeria, this is the only Governor that stood to challenge Buhari regime, he is the only Governor who speak about the killings of innocent people by Fulani Herdsmen. if he wants to protest I don’t anything wrong with that. its a peaceful demonstrations and not violent one. Omokehinde I don’t know your beef with Fayose but hei he speaks the mind of some people in that country.

  8. @Bok @OTEGA @MAN THE BEST that was a fine comments from you guys. Democratic system of government allow for free speech and the right to freedom of association irrespective of your political office,affiliation or membership one that is also backed by the Nigerian constitution. Either democracy or the Nigerian constitution did not limit or deprive any leader from joining a peaceful protest movement in order to exercise their civic right. Being the largest democracy in the world indian held a massive protest in 2016 that saw top government officials across party lines who were legislators joining the protest demanding action against the demolition of historical building in DAKA. After the protest, the government responded by setting up an enquiry into the unlawful demolition of the historical building that was initially tagged dangerous and unfit to withstand the test of time. Hence, what’s wrong if Fayose join the protest in solidarity with the rest of the suffering nigerians against dictatorship government that has brought untold suffering and unimaginable level of hardship to the country people? Of course,fayose has his own share of blame. He has completely turned blind eyes towards the suffering of ekiti people. But that should not stop him from legally voicing his concern through a peaceful protest over the deplorable condition of the country in general. He has being an outspoken individual against the unprecedented torment,brutality,inequity that has been experienced by christians under the current administration. Therefore, Fayose is very much within his constitutional right to join the rest of nigerians in engaging in peaceful rally against the misrule and oppression of Buhari led-government.

  9. Anybody has the right to join in a protest. Pastor Bakare has the right (he did it against President Jonathan); Oby Ezekwesili has the right (she too protested against the government of Jonathan for Chibok girls); even Aisha Buhari has the right too (after all she has done it privately against her husband). There is no big deal for a Governor or anybody for that matter joining in a protest provided it is peaceful and legal.

  10. IN FACT ALL THE OTHER GOVERNORS SHOULD JOIN THE RALLY NIGERIAN ARE SICK AND TIRED OF THE CLUELESS OLD COW BUHARI

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