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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Fayose Removes PDP Name And Logo From Campaign Office And Billboards

Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose has adjusted his campaign strategies ahead of next year’s governorship election.


The Nation learnt yesterday Fayose removed the logo and name of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from his campaign office at Olora junction, Adebayo, Ado- Ekiti.
It was gathered the one storey building was repainted white, with every insignia of PDP removed.

Before repainting, the building had Fayose’s picture embossed on PDP logo with the inscription: “Fayose Our Leader, Architect of Modern Ekiti.”

The governor installed a billboard close to the gate of Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH), without the PDP name and logo.
The billboard, with Fayose’s portrait, reads: “Ekiti 2018: Support Continuity, Fayose Leads, We Follow. Again, It’s Going To Be 16-0.”

The Nation observed that the mini signposts mounted on Ado-Ikere Road, bearing the logo and name of PDP alongside Fayose’s name, have been removed.
They were replaced with ones without PDP name and logo, but with Fayose’s pictures, and the statement: “Ni 2018, E Standby”, meaning “My People Be on Standby in 2018.”

Posters with the above inscription, which have no PDP logo, were pasted in Ado-Ekiti.
A source said the uncertainty hanging over PDP was responsible for the governor’s action.

“Fayose does not want to be caught unawares. Nobody knows how the PDP factional crisis will end. It will be suicidal for him to wait till the end of litigation at the Supreme Court,” the source said.

Fayose is believed to be heading for the Alliance for Democracy (AD), the platform on which he is expected to anoint a successor for the 2018 governorship election.

His tenure will end on October 15, 2018, while the governorship poll will hold in about a year from now.
The battle for the soul of the PDP at the national level has shifted to the Supreme Court, which adjourned the case till May 25.

National Chairman Ali Modu Sheriff heads one faction, while the other, which Fayose belongs, is led by the National Caretaker Committee Chairman, Ahmed Makarfi.

The Nation

16 comments:

  1. Ad, apc, pdp, they are all the same

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    1. This is going to be an interesting twist in Ekiti politics. I knew the man would decamp soon, but not to apc. I foresee he'd also run for presidency Sef. No be Fayose?πŸ˜€

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  2. Oshoko!

    I don't trust this man at all.

    Since PDP has decided to turn its house upside down...Fayose is looking for a way to keep himself in power (even if it's in the shadows).

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    1. Why can't he do something about his rotting teeth???

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  3. hmmmmmmmmm let me watch and see how this will unfold

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  4. Smart move!..
    PDP is dead!...
    Any sane person should leave PDP for that APC Ali Modu Sheriff...

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  5. APC Loading.......shey last week it was Obanikoro??
    Na sit-down I deyπŸ˜‚

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  6. Pdp will be somewhere tapi folding Odunlade Adekola's hands for this man

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  7. Politics and idiots called leaders.

    Mc pinky

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  8. Wetin this man dey find again,he still wan go governor??? Hian

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  9. Something is brewing........

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  10. Apc used their spy Ali amody to destroy pdp. Pdp is dead let them form another party. I no blame Fayose, he is a good politician.

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