REVEALED: How Mu’azu betrayed PDP, Jonathan – Fayose

By Amako Nneji May 11, 2015 17:21

REVEALED: How Mu’azu betrayed PDP, Jonathan – Fayose

The Executive Governor of Ekiti State, Mr. Ayodele Fayose has finally revealed the evidence that shows that the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, National Chairman, Alhaji Adamu Mu’azu was in cahoots with the All Progressives Congress, APC, prior to the 2015 General Election that saw to the defeat of the ruling party.

Fayose who stated this on Monday in a programme aired by Channels Television tagged “View from on top” insisted that Mu’azu sabotaged the effort of the PDP to win the just concluded presidential election.

The Governor had earlier alleged that he had evidence that Mu’azu betrayed the PDP and worked for APC during the presidential polls.

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As a result, Governor Fayose called for the resignation of Mu‘azu as national Chairman, saying it was inexcusable that President Jonathan could have lost in Mu‘azu’s home State of Bauchi with an incumbent PDP Governor, Minister of the Federal Capital Territory and the National Chairman.

Mu‘azu had in a tweet, challenged Fayose to come out with the evidence.

Fayose revealed “There was a day I visited the party Chairman, shortly before my election, he was to see me and other people for one or two things, I waited for five hours, after such a long wait, he came and said to us, please I want you guys to give me space, particularly the Yoruba people here, I am expecting somebody who doesn’t want to meet a Yoruba man.

“I left his house, and behold I came back to know who came and it was the All Progressives Congress, APC, leader Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, that’s the truth.

“When I inquired he told me himself that it was Ahmed Tinubu that came. I almost lost my breath.’’

“Another instance was that our National Chairman left Nigeria on the day of the presidential election.

“Even the day names were to be submitted to Independent National Election Commission, INEC, our national Chairman was on his way to Singapore.

“The President himself did not know that our national Chairman was on his way to Singapore.

“I was concerned because my election was five days away, the issue here is very clear; when the head is sick the whole body is sick”

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Governor Fayose maintained that it was morally right for Mu’azu to resign, “It is not personal’’, he added.

“It is just morally right for Mu’azu to resign, if you lead a party in Government to such major defeat you have to resign.

“It’s not personal”