It was learnt that the Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose has said he will now concentrate on giving good governance to the people.
Fayose said he would not persecute the former All Progressives Congress (APC) lawmakers for their attempts to impeach him but would leave them to God.
He spoke yesterday at a thanksgiving service to mark his victory and the inauguration of the Fifth House of Assembly at the Deeper Life Bible Church Campground, Ajebamidele, Ado Ekiti, the state capital.
The service was attended by newly-elected members of the National Assembly and House of Assembly, traditional rulers, political office holders, senior civil servants and politicians.
Fayose said the victory achieved is dedicated to the people, who gave him unflinching support during the uncertainty that rocked the state.
He said: “This victory is dedicated to God and the good people of Ekiti State who stood by me during the trying period.
“I am not here to tell you that the battle is over. I have won the battle and all the traps sets for me.
“At a point the battle seems too much for me and I was confused but the inspirations of God keeps telling me that this battle will not consume me, there was no longer saliva in my mouth again.
“The impeachment crisis looks like The nation of Israel, a nation amidst enemies. The nation of Israel has not lost any battle but the nation of Israel is Ayo Fayose. And he has not lost any battle.”
The wife of the governor, Feyisetan, said she had a premonition of the political crises that rocked the state.
Mrs Fayose, who was giving a testimony, recalled that God revealed to her in a dream that the state would pass through a turbulent period in March and April but with an assurance that He would not abandon them.
She said “In the dream, God told me that March and April will be stubborn. He said we should get prepared for it. But God promised to see us through and he did.”