Fayose Moves Property From Govt House As Olugbemi’s Security Aides Are Withdrawn

imageWhat awaits Governor Ayodele Fayose in the next few days is becoming clearer as the Ekiti helmsman moves personal property out of the Government House.
This emerged as‎ the State Police Command and State Directorate State Services (DSS) withdrew their operatives from the security outfit of the factional Speaker of Ekiti State House of Assembly, Dele Olugbemi.

Signs that the governor would have problems keeping his job emerged few days ago when President Goodluck Jonathan refused to see Fayose on his visit to the Aso Rock.
PDP sources said the President is angry with Fayose over mismanagement of campaign cash and image problem the governor caused him by his relentless attacks on the President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari‎, which soared support for the retired General while diminishing the profile of the President.
Security sources said Fayose compounded problem for himself while condemning President Jonathan for not using soldiers for the election.
“Security officers were holding a meeting with the governor and he was told to ensure adequate security to douse tension. Carelessly, the governor said he was not sure whether “that stupid President will agree like he refused to do during the presidential election”.
“Unfortunately, Fayose did not know that he was being recorded‎. The tape was sent to the President who after listening to it decided to leave Fayose to his fate. Second day, the Speaker’s security aides were withdrawn and Speaker Omirin’s security aides were restored while the state was secured for APC lawmakers to hold a sitting preparatory to Fayose’s impeachment,” a source explained.
News about Olugbemi’s security withdrawal had been rif‎e since news broke that the police and DSS had restored their officers to the service of Dr Adewale Omirin as his security officials.
Olugbemi himself on a morning live EKTV programme Ee Jii Re Bi today confirmed the story.

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