Fayose said this in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Idowu Adelusi, even as the assembly’s tenure will expire on Friday (today).
Ekiti State had been under siege for the past three days, as thugs said to be loyal to Fayose blocked all roads leading to the Assembly complex to prevent the 19 All Progressives Congress lawmakers from sitting with the aim of impeaching him.
Fayose lamented how things ended between him and the lawmakers but promised that they would not be victimised after leaving office.
He said, “The last few months have been traumatic, especially this week. I was not given room for concentration, but I had left the battle for God to fight. I…
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