Fayose confesses,admits voice in rigging audio clip

 

According to NATION newspaper, Musiliu Obaniko is still denying. But the denial is over for Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose as he has finally admitted that his voice was one of the voices Nigerians heard in the rigging audio clip.

An Army officer, Captain Sagir Koli, recorded the voices of Fayose, ex-Minister of State Musiliu Obanikoro, Police Affairs Minister Jelili Adesiyan, Osun State PDP governorship candidate Iyiola Omisore and Brig.-Gen. Aliyu Momoh strategising on how to use soldiers to manipulate the election.

But Fayose is trying to confuse the issue. He was heard clearly on tape telling the General that Chief of Army staff is working with him through the President (‘he said President asked him to call him’) and that Soldiers arrested Policemen who are working for him with a designated sticker…

Fayose  denied discussing a rigging plot, adding that “he was accusing Gen. Momoh of conniving with the All Progressives Congress (APC) to rig the election”.He has therefore challenged his predecessor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, to go to court and prove that the military and the Peoples Democratic Party colluded to rig the June 21, 2015, governorship election.Fayose also challenged Fayemi to produce the soldiers, who participated in the alleged electoral malfeasance in court and insisted that the soldiers must produce evidence to back up the allegation.

The governor was reacting to the ex-governor’s explanations on an ADABA 88.9 FM programme, “APC Change Hour,” in which Fayemi said some soldiers were ready to give evidence in court.

The audio clip, which has gone viral on the Internet, was aired on the programme. Fayemi said the second part would soon be released and the details will shock Nigerians. Stay tuned!

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