Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has required the prompt arrival of the fired Special Adviser on Media to Governor Umar Ganduje of Kano State, Tanko Salihu Yakasai, portraying his capture as “another tragic analysis on how low this APC legislature of President Muhammadu Buhari has gone.”
Fayose, who likewise praised Salihu Yakasai for being adequately gallant to talk truth to control, said
“This particular activity of his has made him the most recent saint of our majority rules system, and thusly affirmed that there is potential for a unified Nigeria.”
In a progression of tweets on Saturday, Fayose said it was miserable that Nigerians can not scrutinize a similar President Buhari, who didn’t just oppose his archetypes, yet in addition drove fights.
He said “I join all benevolent Nigerians to interest for the prompt arrival of Salihu Yakasai.
He didn’t submit any offense to warrant being arrested.
“That he was captured like a typical criminal by the DSS in light of the fact that he expressed his real thoughts against a President that is more similar to the worker of individuals is another miserable critique on how low this APC govt of Buhari has gone.
“Tragic that under this govt, our security men are just productive in abusing whoever opposes the President. Dismal too that Nigerians can’t condemn a similar President who didn’t just criticize his archetypes, yet additionally drove fights.
Lauding Salihu Yakasai, Fayose said;
“I praise the mental fortitude of the fired Gov Ganduje’s Aide for having the option to talk truth to control.
“This particular activity of his has made him the most recent legend of our majority rule government, and thusly affirmed that there is potential for a unified Nigeria.
“Nothing can be more good than what he has done by standing tall in the midst of dimness and childishness of initiative.
“His sack is the start of his ascent strategically. I earnestly praise him and surely the normal Nigerians looking for great administration and authority.
On #BuhariMustResign we stand.”