”I carry bible bullets to fight APC” – Fayose blows as PDP govs dump Sheriff

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Gov. Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state and chairman of the PDP governors forum has chided the APC in comments he made at the party’s meeting on monday in Abuja.

Fayose along with all PDP governors,lawmakers and stakeholders met at the Ekiti state governor’s lodge in Asokoro, Abuja to debate on the next line of action following last Friday’s appeal court judgment that recognized Ali Modu sheriff as the party’s chairman.

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Fayose urged PDP members seated at the meeting not to be afraid of the APC, adding that the party’s leaders should make more statements to the press than speaking only during party meetings. He also stated that he arms himself with bible bullets every morning after he wakes up from sleep.

Quoting him;

“Every morning when i wake in my room, i carry enough bible bullets inside my pocket”

The Ekiti frontman also accused the Nigerian police of being biased towards the APC for locking down the International Conference Centre (ICC) in Abuja, where the meeting was initially scheduled to hold.

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The party’s  spokesman, Chief Dayo Adeyeye accused the Senator Sheriff and the APC of conniving to destroy the PDP.

In his words;

“Senator Ali Modu Sheriff in collaboration with the All Progressive Congress (APC) led Federal Government has barricaded the ICC, venue of the scheduled Stakeholders Meeting of ‎the entire organs of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).Sheriff and his APC collaborators cannot stop the will of the people. Nigerians can now confirm that Senator Ali Modu Sheriff is a mole in PDP to destroy the only strong opposition in the country.”

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