Kamarudeen Ogundele, Ado Ekiti A former Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has explained why he is seeking a return to the Government House on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

At a declaration ceremony attended by a mammoth crowd on Saturday in Ado Ekiti, the Minister of Mines and Steel Development said he had an unfinished business in the government house.

Fayemi was first received at the APC secretariat in Ajilosun by the state executives led by the Deputy Chairman, Mrs. Kemi Olaleye, before proceeding to a mega rally to address his supporters.

The event led to a traffic jam at the ever busy Ado-Ikere-Akure road.

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“Those of us who travelled out of Ekiti, we are being insulted, assaulted and mocked on a daily basis asking why Ekiti, they thought were well read, refined and exposed could make a character like Ayodele Fayose as their governor.

“Each time I move round Ekiti, I see the pains on the faces of the 25,000 elderly persons who benefited from our social security scheme, 600 people who were employed into the peace corps, 10,000 volunteers who took N10,000 per month, among others but have been cut off from these safety nets by Fayose.