Fayose storms Ekiti Assembly, says ‘I have clear conscience, I fear no accusation

Former Governor of Ekiti State,  Mr.  Ayodele Fayose, on Friday, stormed the Ekiti State House of Assembly,  expressing his readiness to answer any question bordering on his tenure as governor of the state.
The House of Assembly had at its sitting on Thursday, summoned the former governor over what it called misappropriation of local government funds.
Disclosing the former governors’ presence in Ekiti House on Friday, his media aide, Mr Lere Olayinka, said, Fayose, arrived the House of Assembly at about 1:15 pm, and went straight to the office of the Speaker,  Hon.  Funminiyi Afuye, with the speaker inviting other principal officers of the House,  including the Deputy Speaker,  Mojeed Jamiu.
Speaking to journalists at the House of Assembly,  Fayose, who declared that he was ready if the House was ready, said; “I have a clear conscience, I fear no accusation.”
He said;  “When I read it online yesterday (Thursday),  that I have been summoned to appear before the House,  I called the speaker to confirm the story and when he confirmed it,  I told him of my readiness to appear before the House today or anytime.

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“This is because I am one Nigerian who is not afraid of being asked questions and answering them.
“When the EFCC said they needed me,  I made myself available to them at the exact time and day that I promised.
“To me,  leadership is about responsibility and we as leaders must always demonstrate that we are responsible.”
Asked if he was not afraid that it could be a political witch-hunt, he said; “Even if it is a political witch-hunt, I’m not bothered. What is important is that my conscience is free.
“For me, I have done my bit, I will be available for any investigation.”
Meanwhile,  as the former governor left the House of Assembly,  he was allegedly attacked by thugs in a government Toyota Hilux with black coloured doors and white coloured body.
The thugs said to be brandishing dangerous weapons like cutlasses and sticks hit the vehicle conveying the governor with sticks and attempted to block his convoy.
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