(Video) Herdsmen disobey anti-open grazing law in Ekiti few days after Fayemi’s victory

The younger brother of Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state has shared a video of herdsmen allegedly moving their cattle on the streets of Ado-Ekiti, the state capital.

Image result for Fayemi’s victory

Isaac Fayose, viaa Facebook post said the herdsmen are moving freely in the state now because Governor Fayose’s party, PDP, lost the Saturday July 14th governorship election to the APC candidate, Kayode Fayemi.

”Fayemi was rigged in on Saturday against the wish of Ekiti people. Today, Fulani herdsmen have the boldness to rear cow on the street of Ado Ekiti. This is pathetic! This is scary.. I pity Ekiti and her people!

#IstandWithFayose

#IkickAgainstElectionRigging

#WeShallReclaimOurMandate”, Isaac wrote

Recall that Governor Fayose signed an anti-open grazing law in the state which prohibits herdsmen from moving their cattle around the state.

Advertisements

5 Comments

  1. Nkech weep for your state not Ekiti state, is your own state don’t have her own problem. so why don’t you weep for your state of her problem. This one said that herdsmen are now moving in the street, is Fayose not still the governor of the state, so is became his party are now lose Fayose is not working again. This show us that Fayose is fake, his just doing what is doing just because of the election. Hiss

  2. So, to the myopic Isaac Fayose,the election would have been perfect only if PDP won, well i can understand his frustration, the bazaar, which Ekiti State finances have been for about four years, is about to end,if not ended already. However, this idiotic Isaac does not know what he is talking about because Ayodele Fayose is still the governor and will so be for the next three or so months and should therefore not abdicate his duties to Ekiti State people on the excuse of losing election,afterall,it isn’t him that contested the election.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.