Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has revealed that he attempted to reach out to President Muhamadu Buhari several times, but was ignored.
The Governor disclosed that he called the Aso Villa about “two to three times”, but his call was diverted to Buhari’s Chief Security Officer.
Fayose said: “About two – three times I called the villa they would divert my call to the CSO, saying I cannot talk to the president. I should say whatever I want to say to him; a sitting governor? That is not Nigeria.
“So, at that point, I had to stay clear because they were on a vendetta mission.”
The governor who is currently being investigated by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) also said he wrote letters to the president.
“I wrote three letters to the president, none of them was replied. Initially, when he became president, I didn’t start like this,” Fayose said.
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