Ekiti’s Ojudu accused of supporting herdsmen’s invasion of Ekiti –

October 27, 2016



The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ekiti State has described the

yesterday’s meeting of the Special Adviser to the President on
Political Matters and former Senator, representing Ekiti Central,
Senator Babafemi Ojudu with members of the Miyetti Allah Cattle
Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) as a confirmation that the
federal government and All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State
were in support of the invasion of the State by Fulani herdsmen.

The party, which expressed worry that Senator Ojudu could choose to
play politics with the lives and sources of livelihood of Ekiti
people, said; “With Ojudu’s display of friendship with members of the
Miyetti Allah, despite the threat issued by the association issued
against the government and people of Ekiti State, the State and its
people must have seen who their real enemy is.”

Read the story:

Femi Ojudu used to be Ekiti Senator. He’s now an aide to the president, and as such things always go in Nigeria: journalists becoming presidential aides (Abati …), elected representatives (Senator Femi Ojudu …), the political appointment takes precedence over constituency or principles. We do not know exactly what Ojudu discussed with the cattle owners’ association and have to wait for a statement to the contrary story here – from him.  TOLA.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2016. 10:18 p.m. [GMT]




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