Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has vehemently spoken out again, telling President Muhammadu Buhari to stop lying to Nigerians and the international community about the return of stolen funds to the current government, but should get to work, stressing that the president’s attitude was yet to change from that of 1984 when he was military head of state.
The governor said this as a form of reprimand on the president over a statement attributed to him, that many of those who looted public treasury in the government of former President Goodluck Jonathan had started returning the stolen funds to the government.
Fayose, who said this in a statement on Thursday through his spokesperson, Lere Olayinka, urged the president to rather stay at home to govern the country instead of junketing around the globe and “acting like a saint” before the international community.
The Ekiti boss however, called on the president to, as a matter of fact, make it public to both Nigerians and the world at large how much was returned and the looters who returned the stolen funds.
Governor Fayose added: “Since the purported looted funds belong to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, it ought to have been paid into the federation account and shared by the federal, state and local government.

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