My suspension is Ayu’s “last kick of a dead horse”: Fayose
Former governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose, has described his suspension from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) by the Iyorchia Ayu-led National Working Committee of the party as “the last kick of a dead horse.”
Fayose, who reacted to the suspension through his spokesman, Lere Olayinka, said “Ayu and his cohorts are only entertaining themselves with the purported suspension as their latest comedy skit.”
He said in a matter of days, the “inglorious tenure” of Mr Ayu as national chairman of PDP will become history and the party will enjoy a new lease of life.
The former governor said that himself and others who stood by the party when Mr Ayu and his cohorts left it to die will rescue it and give life back in due course. The purported suspension will have no leg to stand on, he said.
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