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The Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose has been described as being a ‘special man’ whose conditions require psychiatric management.
According to the Ekiti state chapter of the All Progressives Congress- Governor Fayose is a ‘special breed with a special case of psychosis’.
The derogatory remarks by the Ekiti APC was in reaction to Fayose’s comments that he would bring down the government of President Muhammadu Buhari, should anything happen to him or his government- as a result of the military probe of June 21, 2014 governorship election in the state.
The state Publicity Secretary, Taiwo Olatunbosun, released a statement, saying: “We want to appeal to Nigerians around the world to see Fayose as a special breed with a special case of psychosis among Ekiti people and so he should be treated as a special man whose actions should not be equated to Ekiti standard of behaviour.”
“Even with his special condition of mental torture that requires psychiatric management, we shall still urge the security agencies to watch the governor over his subversive activities within and outside the country and to act now to bring him under the law to account for his actions.”
“We had earlier alerted the security agencies that Fayose stockpiled arms in the Government House with hundreds of criminals already trained in arms handling. The arms and ammunition are still there.
”We are telling the security agencies again with all sense of responsibility that Fayose is currently recruiting 10 thugs from each of the 16 local government to assemble at a training facility in Ifaki-Ekiti. Who he wants to attack with armed thugs, we don’t know, but we know he has already made Hilux vans available to them for initial operations.”
Reacting through his Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Asdelusi- the Ekiti governor said: “There is no point wrestling with a pig. For people with sound minds, they would, no doubt, wonder why somebody with a decent background and sound mind would refer to the governor of his state as needing psychiatric attention or not being able to survive in a law abiding society?