I am not an enemy to anyone in APC ―Fayemi

• Gets vote of confidence from party stakeholders

As crisis rocking the Ekiti State chapter of the All Progressives Congress(APC) continues unabated, the state governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi has assured that he won’t treat any party members as an enemy despite the attacks being launched against him by some leaders.

This came as the Ekiti APC Stakeholders passed a vote of confidence on the governor and party executives from the ward to the state level on account of their impressive performances and strict adherence to the party’s vision.

Former Minister of Works, Senator Dayo Adeyeye, Special Adviser to the President on Political Matters, Senator Babafemi Ojudu, former Speaker, Ekiti State House of Assembly, Adewale Omirin and 12 others, had last week accused Fayemi of dictatorship and vindictiveness.

But speaking at an APC stakeholders’ meeting held on Saturday in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital, Fayemi was quoted to have said that his crisis with Adeyeye, Ojudu and others is a family affair.

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A communique conveying what transpired at the meeting by the APC State Publicity Secretary, Mr Ade Ajayi, on Sunday, Fayemi had said: “whatever disagreement we have in Ekiti APC is a family affair. I’m not an enemy to anyone and neither is anyone an enemy to me.”

Ajayi said at the meeting where issues affecting the party were deliberated upon, a vote of confidence was passed on Governor Fayemi after a review of the many life-impacting projects carried out by his administration.

Ajayi added: “A vote of confidence was also passed on the party executives from the state to ward level for winning all elections conducted so far, including the presidential, national and state assemblies, as well as local government elections.

“The National and state Assembly members equally expressed their support for the Governor and the party executives from state to the ward level.”

Ajayi added that part of the resolutions was the directive given to party members to withdraw all cases instituted against the party in line with President Buhari’s directive.

He added further: “Stakeholders resolved that all matters in court against the party at all levels should be withdrawn with immediate effect.

“That the code of conduct for all political appointees and elected officials should be strictly adhered to.

“That forthwith, no negative story should be sponsored against the party in the media. Such action by any member shall be viewed as anti-party.”

Ajayi said the stakeholders also agreed that an ad-hoc committee should be composed to address all the members’ grievances and make recommendations on how to resolve them to the party.

The meeting according to Ajayi was attended by Governor Kayode Fayemi, his Deputy, Chief Bisi Egbeyemi, comprises the Governor, former governors, national and state assembly members, cabinet members, elected party chairmen, party elders forum and 10 representatives from each local government.

However, Ojudu, Adeyeye and other aggrieved leaders of the party were absent.

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