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PostSubject: No going back on Fayose’s impeachment –APC lawmakers   2015-04-06, 06:58

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The 19 All Progressives Congress
lawmakers in Ekiti State House of
Assembly have said there is no
going back on the impeachment
plot against Governor Ayodele
Fayose.
The embattled Speaker, Dr.
Adewale Omirin, said the governor
could not run away from the
process because the impeachment
notice served on Fayose was a
constitutional matter and
contained serious issues of the law.
He said instead of staying in hiding
to evade justice, “it is better to live
with the reality that the rule of law
has come to stay in the country.”
He said this while reacting to media
reports credited to the factional
Speaker, Dele Olugbemi, and the
governor’s media aide, Lere
Olayinka, dismissing the
impeachment notice as a joke.
Omirin in a statement by his Special
Adviser on Media, Wole Olujobi,
said the move was to rescue
democracy from the grip of
executive lawlessness and
impunity into which the state had
been driven by the governor.
He said, “It will soon dawn on
Fayose and his aides that the
matter at hand goes beyond
exuberant media skirmishes that
are being deployed to rally support
for the governor.
“Attention of the world has shifted
to Ekiti State following the leaked
tape detailing electoral fraud
perpetrated to give Fayose victory.
After that, several issues in Ekiti
State are being questioned on the
place of the constitution in
nurturing democracy in the
country, and as responsible
citizens, we must act right to make
democracy work.”
Omirin said all allegations raised in
the impeachment notice were
constitutional matters, to which the
governor must be ready to produce
answers instead of “belligerent
attitude” in the media in
addressing serious issue of
constitutional significance.
Advising the governor to respond
to the allegations against him, he
said running away from the
Government House and using his
aides to cover his track would not
help him in defending his assault
on the nation’s constitution and
other infractions against the
constitution that were already
established against him in courts.
“It is good that his men are talking
in the media about the need to
uphold the constitution in this
matter even though they behave
short of upholding the constitution
in their conduct.
“Even though the governor
trampled on the same constitution
when he led thugs to attack judges
in court and tore court records in
the Chief Judge’s office, our duty is
to follow constitutional path in this
impeachment process.
“These men that are flying the
governor’s banner will soon see
the law in action. This
impeachment process is real. We
must rescue Ekiti State from
lawlessness and fraud. The N1.3bn
poultry project fraud case is still in
court. There are still cases of
unresolved murders.
“We have again seen the
resumption of state-sponsored
terrorism with thugs attacking and
maiming Ekiti people after a break
in 2006 when the governor was
impeached for fraud and attacks on
opponents.
“We thought his impeachment
trauma in 2006 would have taught
him a lesson, but the governor has
proved that he cannot survive in a
society where the law works. We
advise him to come out of hiding
and defend himself because we are
prepared to give him a fair hearing.
That is the reality he must face
instead of downplaying serious
matter of constitutional
consequences,” the Speaker added.
Commenting on the impeachment
notice on Sunday, Fayose in a
statement by his Special Assistant
on Public Communications and New
Media, Lere Olayinka, described his
governorship as a mandate freely
and wholeheartedly given by Ekiti
people.
“Ekiti people who are the owners of
my mandate will defend it against
political usurpers, whom they had
rejected twice in the last nine
months,” he said.
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PostSubject: Re: No going back on Fayose’s impeachment –APC lawmakers   2015-04-06, 17:55

May God help u people eh impeach were fayose
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PostSubject: Re: No going back on Fayose’s impeachment –APC lawmakers   2015-04-06, 20:14

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May God help u people eh impeach were fayose
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PostSubject: Re: No going back on Fayose’s impeachment –APC lawmakers   2015-04-06, 20:56

aneke peter chukwujekwu wrote:
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May God help u people eh impeach were fayose
if they accept God
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PostSubject: Re: No going back on Fayose’s impeachment –APC lawmakers   2015-04-07, 08:04

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PostSubject: Re: No going back on Fayose’s impeachment –APC lawmakers   2015-04-07, 11:05

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PostSubject: Re: No going back on Fayose’s impeachment –APC lawmakers   2015-04-07, 20:46

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PostSubject: Re: No going back on Fayose’s impeachment –APC lawmakers   2015-04-07, 21:19

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