EKITI 2026: Fayose Needs A Stage Name For Skit-Making, PDP’ll Do Well Without Him – Eleka’s Aide reacts


Reacting to the recent outing of the former governor of Ekiti State in Ado Ekiti some days ago, the spokesperson to the former Deputy Governor of Ekiti Professor Olusola Eleka, called on PDP leaders in the state to remain resolute in their quest to reconfigure the main opposition party.

He added that former governor Fayose is not different from Sabinus, the skit maker.

Adebisi Adeola emphasized aggressive ward-to-ward mobilization and membership drive for the party to return to winning ways.

According to him, politics should be played with integrity and decorum.

In his words: “It is shameful that Fayose should cover his face in shame for soft-pedaling the party that gave him a platform to be governor for the All Progressive Congress to penetrate in the state and Nigeria.

“It is important to let Fayose and his cronies know that PDP leaders and other lover of democracy will work against them from hijacking the party for the APC.

“I have listened to his vituperation during the outing. I think Fayose is living in the past glory for him to think he would have his ways in the forthcoming congresses slated to hold very soon.

“What else does he want in the party after working against it in 2023, coupled with his open declaration for Ekiti State Governor for second term. In the political trajectory of Nigeria: we have had cases where political leaders moved to another party to pursue their aspirations.

“Commonsense should prevail on him that PDP has moved on without him and waxing stronger ahead of the 2026 governorship election. He is not indispensable to the party, he said.”

Commenting on the zoning arrangement of party positions, he said the SWC salvaged the party from impending implosion for affirming the long standing zoning rotation which gives senatorial districts equitable representation and fairness the party represents.

He stated that by the decision of the party organ, leaders of each senatorial district will have to back home to discuss the positions zoned to their zones.

“Personal interest should not override the general interest of the party and the good people of Ekiti who are yearning for a proactive and responsive opposition party in the state. The proponents of open contest should see beyond their personal interests and respect the party’s decision,” he concluded.


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