DESTINY: To Delay His Impeachment Ekiti’s Fayose Blocks Roads To Assembly

To delay getting impeached by legitimate lawmakers from Ekiti state for gross misconduct, Governor Ayodele Fayose has embarked on blocking roads leading to the state capital, Ado-Ekiti with buses, logs of wood and bonfires.

Bonfire set up by Faye’s aides in Ado-Ekiti 

The governor initially disappeared from the state capital to avoid being served with the impeachment notice exclusively published by SaharaReporters claiming he had not seen the notice.

However, sources told Saharareporters that since losing the Presidential elections on March 28th, 2015, President Goodluck Jonathan has refused to provide military and police officers to continue the shenanigans that have propelled Mr. Faye’s impunity in the state. President Jonathan is reportedly busy packing out of the Presidential Villa in preparation for civilian life.

Overnight several parts of Ado-Ekiti were blocked by aides of Mr. Fayose, who had vowed to resist lawmakers led by the legitimate speaker of the house of assembly from accessing the state capital to commence Mr. Fayose’s impeachment. The speaker has vowed to commence and conclude the impeachment of the governor as soon as feasible.

School buses used to block roads

School buses used to block roads