National Assemble Has Been Given 14 Days To Remove Fayose As Ekiti’s Governor

naij.comA group of civil society organisations under the umbrella of Coalition for Good Governance and Anti-Corruption has urged the National Assembly to remove Ekiti state governor Ayodele Fayose and prosecute him for abuse of office.

The group said it wants Fayose’s removal as Ekiti governor because of many allegations of corruption and criminal

Mass protests will be held by Nigerians from all walks of life if the National Assembly does not remove Ekiti state governor Ayodele Fayose from office in 14 days. This threat was issued by the group of civil society organisations at a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday.

The group’s national secretary Audu Joseph said it turned to National Assembly for Fayose ‘s removal because the Ekiti state assembly has been compromised and none of its members would institute impeachment proceedings against the governor.

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conduct against the governor.

He said: “This is proof that the Ekiti State House of Assembly can no longer perform its functions and the National Assembly should consider taking over those functions to ensure that the needful is done.

“To the National Assembly, we demand that a declaration of the doctrine of necessity to waive Fayose’s immunity is non-negotiable at this point such that people enjoying immunity can be allowed to answer to criminal charges like the current situation where security funds were embezzled and millions of Nigerians including the armed forces had to pay the supreme price.”

Joseph added: “In the last quarter of 2016, details emerged of how N4.7 billion naira being part of the stolen $2.1 billion meant for arms purchase found its way into Ayo Fayose’s Zenith bank account after the money was ferried across the country in a private jet and bullion vans, according to Obanikoro’s testimony after he turned himself in to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Read more…

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