One of the loyalists of the Special Adviser to the President on
Political Matters, Senator Babafemi Ojudu, Dare Oguntuase, has
describe the list of people from Ekiti State that were appointed into
federal as “The Ekiti List Of Shame.”
Oguntuase, who is one of the Social Media aides of Senator Ojudu said
“The list earlier compiled and worked upon by a Committee of zonal
Vice Chairmen of the party in which Chief Pius Akinyelure represented
the South West, was doctored by the Minister for Steel and Minerals
Resources Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi.
Oguntuase, who took to the social media yesterday, to condemn the
appointments said the earlier was fair to everyone and every community
and grouping in the APC in Ekiti State.
He said prominent people such as Alhaji Gani Owolabi, Chief Mrs
Okusanya , Chief Bisi Egbeyemi, Prof. Oluwasanmi, Mrs Bunmi Dipo
Salami, Princess Omotunde Adelabu, My Omotunde Fajuyi, Dr Orire , Hon
Karunwi ,Chief Jide Awe, Chief Taiwo Olatunbosun, Chief Muyiwa
Olumilua and many others were on the list.
Oguntuase went further to state that it was when a Committee of
Governors and Ministers were asked to vet the list that Fayemi went
behind and doctored the list to include his senior sister, Mrs Oloro,
his domestic assistance, Mr Kunle Dada, his friend Ade Eniola Ajayi
who has already been made an Ambassador and many others.
In the board appointments released by the Presidency on Friday, none
of the loyalists of Special Adviser to the Senator Ojudu was among the
24 people appointed in Ekiti State.
Out of the 24 people appointed in Ekiti, 18 are from the camp of the
Minister for Steel and Minerals Resources Development, Dr. Kayode
Fayemi while the camp of the APC Deputy National Chairman (South),
Chief Segun Oni and the entire decampees from the PDP got four. The
remaining two went to former Governor Niyi Adebayo and Hon Opeyemi
Out of the 18 slots gotten by Fayemi’s camp, Fayemi’s elder sister,
Mrs Monisola Oloro got one while Dr (Mrs) Eniola Ajayi, who is already
in Hungary as ambassador was appointed too.
SOURCE :The Nigerian Voice (politics)