The group made the comment via a statement
released by spokesperson, Professor Tayo
Akinyemi on Wednesday, June 8, 2016,
according to Daily Post.
The statement reads in part:
Fayose should adopt result-oriented
negotiation skills and resolve his internal
governance issues before considering what
President Buhari has done right or wrong. Ekiti
is only one of 36 states.
If all the 36 states have to monitor the
President’s steps, there would be commotion
in the country. The governor must concentrate
on governance with best practices in his state.
President Buhari, according to our
investigations, was pressurised by
international organisations and well-meaning
groups to adopt dialogue in handling the
militancy in the Niger Delta, as it is done in
the developed countries.
As a listening President, who is ready to try
other democratic options, Buhari yielded to
this piece of advice in line with international
practice. Buhari’s decision, therefore, has
nothing whatsoever to do with Fayose’s
Fayose has no relevance in national issues and
will be best advised to look for another way to
achieve his political aspirations.