Fayose acts as if he’s on drugs – Kashamu

Fayose acts as if he’s on drugs – Kashamu

The senator representing Ogun East, Buruji Kashamu, has hauled verbal abuse at Mr. Ayodele Fayose, saying the Ekiti State governor behaved like someone suffering from depression and on drugs.

Read also: Fayose wants me dead – Kashamu

Kashamu’s attack on Fayose was contained in an advertorial in The Nation where the Senator expressed his fury at the governor for calling for President Muhammadu Buhari’s resignation.
He said Fayose’s call was unfortunate, adding that it came at a time eminent Nigerians were praying for the president’s recovery.

According to him, ” Anybody can be sick. Fayose himself is the one acting like a sick person; his erratic and unpredictable nature gives the impression of someone who lives on anti-depressant drugs.

“This is confirmed by his irrational call for the president’s resignation and compulsive rhetoric in the guise of opposition. Fayose should concentrate on the task of governing Ekiti State; per chance he might end up accomplishing something meaningful.”

The senator accused Fayose of being power drunk, saying: ““He cannot leave the reins of power for anyone because he is power drunk. He cannot also trust anyone with power. The cloak of seeking to complete the seven months that he was denied in 2006, when he was impeached is a tall dream – an impossibility!”

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