Wizkid has taken to react to the news of Governor Fayose’s reported assault received from the officials of the Nigerian police after they tear gased the government house where his campaign was going on earlier today
Sharing the video of the lawmaker saying he does not want to be Governor any more, and crying that if anything happened to him the Inspector General of Police should be held responsible,the singer who is currently out of the country for an event was forced to react
Check out the reaction below;
Meanwhile Nigerians have chosen to mock Governor Fayose over the incident between the invasion of the Ekiti state government house by armed policemen.
According to reports, the incident allegedly led to a rancor which caused the governor to lose consciousness momentarily after policemen reportedly fired teargas into the government house in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital.
The affected and aggrieved Governor, Fayose was seen crying in a now viral video after he regained consciousness. He alleged that if any thing happens to him, the Inspector General of police should be held responsible
It was gathered that a combined team of security operatives from the Department of State Services (DSS) and Nigeria Police Force, had laid siege to the Ekiti state government house.
With the campaign scheduled to take place at the new Pavilion located at Fajuyi,( which was within the vicinity of the Government House) being disrupted as a result of the tear gas sprayed on participants, Nigerians have taken to lambast and mock Fayose
They ave also taken their turns in reminding the governor what happened in 2014 when he had the backing of former president Goodluck Jonathan.
In 2014, the former Minister of State for Defense, Musiliu Obanikoro and other officials reportedly arrived Ekiti state to oversee the governorship elections on the orders of the president as it was alleged that Goodluck Jonathan had instructed the Chief of Defense Staff, Alex Badeh, to use the army in arresting and intimidating opposition politicians before and during the election which went in favour of Ayo Fayose