Rumor of my defection to APC Lie from the pit of hell – Famuyibo
June 16 (THEWILL) — The Accord Party’s candidate for Saturday’s Ekiti State Governor’s Election, Basorun Reuben Famuyibo, has denied rumors that he has defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC) in power, describing him as a “lie from the pit of hell.
Insisting that his dog will never return to his vomit, Basorun Famuyibo said he is still very committed to the race and will take it to a logical conclusion, adding that it is his turn to rule the race. State of Ekiti, given its role in creation. of Ekiti State 25 years ago.
The Accord candidate said so in a statement issued by his special adviser on media and publicity, Olajide Omojolomoju, and made available to the media on Thursday morning.
Basorun Fumuyibo, popularly known as BRF, insisted that he was still very much in the running for Ekiti governorship, adding that he would see the race through to the end, enthused that he is convinced that it is his turn to rule Ekiti State and erase the tears that previous and current administrations have inflicted on the Ekiti people through the institutionalization of poverty and scarcity in the state. ‘State.
He said, “My dear people of Ekiti State, do not listen to any rumors that I have defected to the APC. God forbids the wrong thing!
“It’s a lie from the pit of hell and a figment of the imagination of rumormongers.
“You will recall yesterday, Wednesday, I was on Fresh 106.9FM telling you my dear people of Ekiti State what I have in store for you. I was also on TVC last night telling everyone why they should vote for me.
“The peddling rumor of my defection is a sign that the ruling APC is already nervous, having seen the massive acceptance of my party and the Accord across Ekiti State.
“Please ignore any rumors that I have defected to any party or am out of the race. I am definitely in the race and winning, by the special grace of God and the support of the good people of Ekiti State.
He further warned rumor mongers to stop peddling unnecessary rumors, saying it would not help their payers’ course.
He insisted that the circumstances leading to his exit from the APC remain, adding that he will never disappoint the people of Ekiti who have supported him since his emergence as the Accord candidate for the Saturday’s election.