FG planning emergency rule in Zamfara – Fayose


The immediate past governor of Ekiti State, Mr. Ayodele Fayose has accused the federal government of plotting to hide under the killings in Zamfara State by armed bandits to impose emergency rule on the state; warning “the All Progressives Congress (APC) led federal government cannot hide under its own failure to secure the lives of Nigerians to achieve its selfish partisan agenda.”

Fayose, who is the Southwest Coordinator of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Campaign Council alleged that the plot was a response to the insistence of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) not to allow the APC to field candidates for the 2019 general election in Zamfara State as a result of failure to comply with the Electoral Act.

In a statement personally signed by him on Tuesday, the former governor alleged that the federal government plot was aimed at paving way for a fresh electoral process in the state so that APC can field candidates. “With the emergency rule, there will only be Presidential and National Assembly elections in the state in February next year while governorship and State House of Assembly elections will be postponed till May,” he said.

He advised the federal government to admit its failure and apologise to the people of Zamfara State, who were left at the mercy of armed bandits, noting that “using the killings to achieve political goal is not only wicked but inhuman.”



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