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Monday, November 17, 2014.


Controversial Birthday Present
7 Loyal Ekiti Lawmakers Confirm Seven Commissioners, 12 Special Advisers In Armed Assembly Invasion Drama By Gov Ayo Fayose.

Governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose just presented himself a controversial birthday present.

He brushed aside all opposition and legal ramifications to get confirmation for the 7 commissioner nominees and 12 special advisers leadership of the Ekiti state House of Assembly refused to approve.

The Governor fast adopting the toga of controversy that abruptly cut short his first spell as governor invaded the state house of assembly with riot policemen and armoured tanks to provide cover for law makers lawyer loyal to him to perfect his wish.

The pro fayose legislators were the seven that defected to his Peoples Democratic Party when he assumed office.

Gov Ayo Fayose


The lawmakers where reportedly heavily guarded on arrival at the assemble complex in 'coaster bus marked EKSJ 111'.

They reportedly appointed Hon. Dele Olugbemi temporary speaker and sat just long enough to carry out Mr Fayose's wishes - and present him with the belated controversial birthday present. ( Mr Fayose was a year older on Saturday November 15 2014).


They confirmed the Governors nominee of 7 commissioners and 12 special advisers.

They reportedly immediately adjourned proceeding.

Special Adviser on to the Governor on social media, Lere Olayinka however claims 9 members sat to carry out the proceedings.

There are 26 members in the State house of Assembly.

Lawfully elected Ekiti State House of Assembly Speaker, Dr Adewale Omirin and the other outwitted members have vowed to challenge the illegality.

The pro fayose lawmakers are, Ajibola Samuel- Ekiti East II; Adeojo. Alexander- Ekiti South West II; Adeloye Adeyinka- Ikole I; Israel Olowo Ajiboye; Fatunbi Olajide J. A -Moba II;
Olugbemi Joseph Dele- Ikole II and Olayinka Modupe Abeni- Ado II

NB: Some online news spotters pick and use our stories down to the dot of 'Ts' and 'Is'  without recourse to credit. We demand that this anormaly is corrected. Plagliarism is a crime.

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