Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose has described his Kogi State counterpart, Yahaya Bello as a “small boy” who is not a product of true democracy.
In reaction to a statement made by Bello at the mega rally of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ado-Ekiti on Tuesday, Fayose said thugs imported into Ekiti State by the Kogi state governor will not help the cause of APC governorship candidate on election day.
The outgoing Ekiti state governor said Bello is a small boy who is trying to pay back those who rigged him into office.
He encouraged Bello to learn from Ekiti before leaving the state.
“He is a small boy, I don’t want to join issues with him. But tell him to learn from Ekiti when he is going back. He should see that flyover, there is nothing like that in Kogi.
“There is no good road in Kogi. When you are coming from Ondo state, there is no good road until you get to Ekiti. When you are coming from Kogi, there is no good road until you get to Ekiti.
“Tell Yahaya Bello that I cannot continue to reply the dog in my house. Yeye Bello is a small boy, he has no experience, he is an ordinary driver,” he said.
During the APC rally, Bello said Ayodele Fayose is lucky that he was not there when Fayose allegedly disrupted stakeholders meeting of political parties on Monday.
“Nobody has monopoly of stupidity. We shall tame him on Saturday,” Bello said.
An interpretation of Bello’s statement would mean that he plans to “share in the stupidity”.