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Latest On Ekiti Election: How PDP Blackmailed Governor Fayemi To Surrender



The last may not have been heard about the recently held governorship elections in Ekiti State, where the incumbent Governor Kayode Fayemi lost woefully to Mr. Ayodele Fayose of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), an election that has been described as mother of all elections. It will be recalled that Ayo Fayose not only polled over 200,000 in the election, while Governor Fayemi polled about 120,000 and lost in all the local governments in the state. Information reaching First Weekly from very reliable sources is that Governor Kayode Fayemi was actually blackmailed by the PDP to concede victory or risk going to jail. Some highly reliable sources revealed that the PDP dug deep into the alleged financial impropriety of the Governor including the allegations that he has a University in neighbouring Ghana. According to a stalwart of the PDP, “Fayemi was given two options; the

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first is that the would rig the election and they told him that he should concede victory and that he should not make any attempt to take the matter to a court of law, which could upturn the victory of the PDP. He was also told to prevail on his party, APC not to take the matter to court. The second option is that he should make a noise and his secrets would be exposed and then he would be exposed and go to jail.” The source further told us that it would be recalled that election materials did not get to the centres until 8am, and that one would be shocked if the number of the people that voted is compared to the number of registered voters in the election. We were further informed that the events that played themselves out after the whole exercise is an indication that ‘Governor Fayemi wants to play safe so that he would not go the way of those, who have proven stubborn in the past and paid dearly for it.’

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