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18 Sep 2017

Fayose Reacts To IPOB And Nnamdi Kanu's Sponsorship Allegations By The APC

Gov Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has reacted to the allegations by the Ekiti State branch of APC that he sponsors Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB.
His Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Adelusi, who spoke on his behalf, told journalist on Sunday that the APC allegation was an attempt to “cover up the federal government’s torture and killing of the Igbo people.”

He said the governor had the right to express his support for any group, including the IPOB, arguing that the travails of the Igbo people should be the concern of all Nigerians.

“The attack by the military on the IPOB should be a concern for all Nigerians.

“The people are expressing their fundamental rights. Their demands are legitimate.

“The agitation of the IPOB is as a result of bad governance by the present administration.

“If there was good governance, there would not have been any need for the agitations; there would not have been calls for restructuring by the Niger Delta agitators, Afenifere and other groups,” he said.

He denied raising funds for the group, saying that it was the ploy of the APC and the government at the centre to defend their wrongdoings and silence any opposition.

Adelusi further reasoned that the proclamation of IPOB as terrorist organisation was uncalled for, given that far more dangerous groups like the Fulani herdsmen, who had been accused of killing, maiming and raping, had been treated lightly.

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