Fayose has raised an alarm about the suspected presence of security operatives around his house just as his tenure as governor expires.
Ayodele Fayose, outgoing governor of Ekiti State, has raised alarm over strange movements around his residence.
The alarm by Mr Fayose NGPOLITICS recalls may not be unconnected to moves to prevent him from escaping from the country prior to his handover date Tuesday, October 16, 2018.
This medium also recalls how the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) agency wrote several security outfits in the country to be at alert and arrest the outgoing governor should he take which ever route manned by them to escape from the country.
Although the governor had offered to willingly present himself the EFCC, the anti-graft agency is not leaving any stone unturned to prevent Fayose from escaping from alleged abuse of office, money laundering, among others while he still enjoys immunity from prosecution.
The governor, who accused the anti-graft agency of partiality, asked the commission to tender an apology and withdraw the notice placed on him. The EFCC has not adhered to the governor’s advise hence his decision to seek legal redress.
He is widely known for criticising President Muhammadu Buhari.
Raising the alarm early Tuesday, Fayose alleged that he has noticed strange movements around his vicinity which might soon be invaded.
“It is known to the public that I offered to make myself available at the EFCC office today,” Mr Fayose said in a tweet.
“However, as I write, there are strange movements around my residence & I’m aware of planned invasion any moment from now.
“Despite this,I will be at the commission’s tomorrow as promised,” he added.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to which Fayose belongs to, lost the July 2018 governorship election in Ekiti state.
Kayode Fayemi, candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), defeated the candidate of the PDP, Olusola Kolapo, to win the election.