Failure To Resign, Buhari Should Be Made ‘Minister Of Foreign Affairs’ – Fayose

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By ‘Dotun Akintomide

The governor of Ekiti state, Mr. Ayodele Fayose has berated President Muhammadu Buhari over his continuous stay in London, demanding that the portfolio of the Ministry of foreign affairs be assigned to him, since he has failed to resign despite his health failing him.

Fayose said, “Leadership must come with a certain measure of strength. If you don’t have strength, how can you govern the country?

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“So, we need a president that is hale and hearty. If our president doesn’t want to go, let him become the minister of foreign affairs in London. These are statements of fact.”

He added that the reason why he was excluded from among State Governors who had visited President Buhari was because he would have accessed and observed him closely which after arrival will reveal the truth of his health status to Nigerians who have the right to know the truth about their president.

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