Thursday, June 23, 2016
Gov Ayo Fayose Clutches At Last Straw In Damning Allegations By E.F.C.C, Goes On Mudslinging Spree
And his strategy is without borders sources confirmed.
The Ekiti state helmsman's has turned allegations that has resulted into the freezing of his bank accounts into mudslinging contest.
After the rug was pulled off his attempt to drag the president into his travails with a futile move to rope Aisha, wife of the nation's number one man in a bribery scandal that earned United States Congressman, Williams Jefferson thirteen years jail term, Mr Fayose has now gone after the financial institution with records of the transaction the investigation of anti corruption agency, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is premised on.
According to a source ''the Ekiti state helms man's strategy is simple..discredit the bank to collapse the allegation''
Societynowng.com learnt this is the ploy that resulted into the state governor's circulation of statement alleging Zenith Bank funded his election- and that the bank secured his account without due diligence and currently working with EFCC to escape sanction.
The governor and his handlers are said to be massively pushing the allegations as much as possible to make it popular.
According to an insider the ploy and it's kick off was a result of meetings with his handlers, especially legal team who advised discrediting information secured from Zenith bank through investigation conducted by EFCC would help in no small measure to bail the embattled governor out of his unravelling mess.
The Governor is accused of receiving Security Funds to prosecute his election through involvement of former Minister, Musiliu Obanikoro.
Funds which he allegedly converted to personal use.
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Since the news broke via freezing of his bank accounts with Zenith bank, the controversial governor has embarked on a journey of mudslinging to rope in as many people as possible, with his bankers the latest victim on the receiving end of what is labelled ''a desperate ploy