Boko Haram: Fayose reveals what he’ll do to Nigerian Government over $1 billion

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The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, on Tuesday maintained that he is dragging the Federal Government to court following the $1billion the governors recently asked the Federal Government to withdraw from the Excess Crude Account to fight insurgency.

Fayose said he had approached the court in order to get justice for the matter, adding that he will never support the move.

He said this while addressing State House correspondents at the end of an emergency meeting of the NGF held inside the old Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

He said, “I’m not in support of $1bn and I will never be in support.

“In my state, we have agreed to go to court to contest this.

“It is our legitimate right, all accruals to the federation must be shared by the three tiers of government and for me to get justice, I have to go to court.”

Fayose said he had taken the appropriate steps because the money belonged to the people of his state.

Asked if he was opposing the decision on behalf of Peoples Democratic Party governors, Fayose said, “I am speaking for Ayo Fayose. With the PDP and the stakeholders, we have not met.”

 

 

 

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