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Final warning! Daura youths warn Governor Fayose to stop attacks on President Buhari

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The Daura Emirate Youths Coalition has warned Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state to stop making inflammatory comments against President Muhammadu Buhari.

Governor Fayose is known for constantly criticising the policies of the Buhari administration

Alhaji Ali Rabe, the national chairman of the coalition, gave the warning in Daura, the hometown of the president in Katsina state on Saturday, March 18 when he addressed supporters of President Buhari at a rally.

The coalition organised the rally and a prayer session in support of policies and programmes of the current administration.

He described “the inciting comments being made by the Ekiti governor as baseless and unguarded, capable of jeopardising the peace and tranquility of the nation”.

President Buhari has not really responded to Governor Fayose’s criticisms

He advised Fayose to use his position as a leader to offer useful advice when necessary, instead of resorting to inflammatory and defamatory comments.

He said the coalition had respect for the constitution of the nation and constituted authorities, stressing that “we don’t expect Nigerian leaders to be making such utterances against the president”.

He said the coalition would continue to support the anti corruption crusade of President Buhari, adding that “we will continue to be law abiding and demonstrate political maturity and tolerance in our deeds”.

Meanwhile, the coordinator of Buhari Media Support Group, Malam Muhammad Labbo has stated that President Buhari is too busy to be distracted by the memo written to him by Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai.

El-Rufai had written a 30-page memo to the president, criticizing some policies of the current administration and also some senior officials of the government.

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