The moment Gov Fayemi, Akeredolu, other APC loyalists found Fayose's aide amidst themselves
Written by Academic News Reporter
Published on 6/1/2019 5:55:41 PM
Imagine yourself in the same flight with two Next Lefu Govs...
It was a great moment when great Ekiti state indigenes found themselves aboard the sane flight flying Abuja to Akure. It was a moment mixed with suspicions, fears and comics.
It was Ekiti state Governor Fayemi's wife, Erelu Bisi Fayemi who is popularly expressed as Erelu Bam Bam, that firstly sighted the strange man. She was shady of the situation because the flight contains, mainly, the first class citizens of the two neighbouring Ekiti and Ondo states.
She could not manage her skeptical feeling when she raised her voice and said Are we sure we are safe in this flight?
. The suspected man responded with boldness and friendly doggedness
The man is Lere Olayinka, media aide to the immediate past Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose.
Giving full details account of how the moment came to live, Lere Olayinka, media aide to former Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose, states that: Imagine yourself in the same flight with two Next Lefu Govs
Na so the thing take happen to me today on my way to Akure from Abuja.
Just like that, myself, Fayemi, his wife that is called Erelu Bam Bam, Aketi, Senator Adetumbi and retinue of Fayemi's Aides in the same flight!
It was Erelu Bam Bam that saw me and said; "Are we sure we are safe in this flight?"
I responded: "Eyin le nse Next Lefu to nowhere (You people are the ones doing Next Level to nowhere). Me I'm going to Ekiti and I'm safe."
On getting to Akure, I was waiting for my luggage when Fayemi and his wife came and I greeted them.
Then Erelu fired the first shot again; "Lere you better come and join us, we will accommodate you."
Today was the second time she will say that.
The first time was when she came to the government house for inspection few days to the handing over of power by Osokomole Ekun Oke.
Before I could respond; Fayemi said; "You don't know Lere, he started this journey with us then. 'Owo mi yi lo bi omo e si' (I was aware when he had his child then).
Fayemi and his wife left to join their NEXT LEFU to nowhere while I waited for my luggage.
I told Fayemi's wife then, I'm in PDP, I'm with Osokomole, Ayodele Omo Fayose, I can't work with APC.
However, politics apart, I'm an Ekiti man, I see all Ekitis as my brothers and sisters. I only hope our friends in the APC have the same mindset. If you are asked to give this moment a caption, what would consider best to express the whole scenario?