Fayose Warns Nigeria Nearing a Stateless Society
In the wake of persistent state of insecurity in the country and reaction to the killing of 18 worshippers and the two priests in Benue State allegedly by herdsmen, the Governor of Ekiti State, Fayose has warned that Nigeria could be drifting towards becoming stateless society and has therefore called on the international community to intervene and rescue the country.
The governor said this in a statement released on his behalf by his special assistant on public communications and new media, Lere Olayinka on Tuesday in his reaction to the killing by herdsmen.
Fayose said current events in the country is an indication that the constitution is under suspension. The governor also described the President’s withdrawal of $496 million from the consolidated account of the federation as illegal.
Source: Sahara Reporter