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Ayo Fayose critices APC for rising terrorism, prays for Nigerians

Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose, has lambasted the President Muhammadu Administration for its inability to find a lasting solution to the worsening cases of bandtry and terrorism in the country.

In a series of tweets on his official twitter handle on Sunday, Fayose condemned the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for its ineptitude while he proposes the opposition Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) as a better alternative for Nigerians in the forthcoming 2023 General Elections.

“With killings from North, South, East & West, it is certain that Nigerians must be impatient to send this APC government packing in 2023, having made the mistake of bringing this clueless people in 2015. In fact, waiting between now and 2023 will remain a pain in the heart of Nigerians.

“It is funny that today, if those running the affairs of the country are not telling us that armed bandits must be seen as innocent until proven guilty, they will be saying offence of forgery is more grievous than open declaration of support for terrorists.

“Because of their inability to take decisive actions against these terrorists that they appear to have sympathy for, Nigeria is no longer safe for anyone to live in.

“Your roads have been taking over by terrorists while Nigerians, including traditional rulers are now being abducted right inside their bedrooms.
It is therefore my counsel to Nigerians that they should restrict their movements at this period and avoid travelling around the country.

“Those staying in isolated areas should also endeavor to move to where there are more people. It is my prayer that God will restore peace and normalcy to our country,” he tweeted.

Meanwhile, he added another tweet late Sunday night to buttress his teets earlier in the day.

“I condemn the attack that took place this morning on a Church in Kaduna and the murder and abduction of some of its members. What is unfolding in our country is a horror movie and a great tragedy. We must pray for peace to be restored and we must discourage, condemn & renounce violence.

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