Oshiomhole alleged that Governor Fayemi asked him to manipulate 2018 APC primaries as they trade words

Adams Oshiomhole, the former Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, has claimed that Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi wanted him to rig the 2018 APC primaries.

In an interview with Channels Television, Oshiomhole stated that Fayemi requested him to rig the party’s primary election in 2018 in favor of nameless individuals.

He said;

“In one of the meetings I had with governor Fayemi – he told me bluntly to my face that ‘chairman what we are saying is you can go and conduct election and fulfil all righteousness but if we say this the person to emerge just make sure he emerges’

“I told Governor Fayemi that it would be his portion, not me.

“I can’t be used as an instrument of fraud to invite people to buy forms and convince them that they are going for the primary, regardless of how the people will vote and this is the man that will prevail? You want to use me for such a purpose?”

Reacting to the claim, Fayemi’s media aide Olayinka Oyebode said the allegation is laughable as his principal has been a consummate democrat even in difficult times.

He claimed that Oshiomhole is still suffering post-traumatic stress disorder because of his removal as chairman of APC.

The statement read;

“For the avoidance of doubt, Governor Fayemi has no reason to approach Comrade Oshiomhole for favours for any election. Fayemi has a stellar track record of being a consummate democrat even in difficult times.

“The allegation, which was made on national television, is not only false, puerile, and laughable, it is a figment of the imagination of the former APC chairman as Fayemi has never asked Oshiomhole to rig the election for him or any other person and never had any reason to ask for such.

“Members of the public are therefore urged to disregard the allegations by Oshiomhole, who apparently is still experiencing a post-traumatic stress disorder because of his removal as chairman of APC.

“If true, we challenge Oshiomhole to provide the public with independently verifiable evidence of his unsubstantiated claims.”



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