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GEJ Gave Fayose $37m cash To Defeat Fayemi – PDP secretary

Beset Secretary of the Ekiti state section of the Peoples Democratic Party Dr. Temitope Aluko, has claimed that Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan gave Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State, $37m money to prosecute the June 21, 2014, governorship decision in the state.

Aluko said the cash was successfully used to overcome the then Governor of the State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, who was the governorship competitor of the All Progressives Congress.

He talked with correspondents in Abuja on Sunday.

Aluko, who said he was a part of the group that prosecuted the election furthermore included that he was the administrator of the Intelligence, security board of trustees for the campaign. Beside , he said he took care of the waiver Fayose got from the PDP at the national level to empower him qualify to partake in the governorship primary.

To further brace critical parts he played in the development of Fayose, Aluko likewise said he delivered the congresses that produced Fayose and was additionally the representative’s central witness at the Election Petition Tribunal. He said Jonathan at first gave Fayose $2m in March 2014 for the primary race and that this cash was gathered at the NNPC Towers, Abuja.



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  1. omotola Ladoja

    Fayose, your ways are not pure. So he gave chicken change of that money to the Ekiti people by sharing rice abi ? #Ekitigate

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