The Ekiti State Governor and Chairman of PDP Governors Forum, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has said that those who are now in Aso Rock under the All Progressives Congress (APC) Government "are people who don't know what they are doing there", and be ready for total defeat at the 2019 elections.
He made this statement at the ongoing PDP National Non-elective convention at the Eagles Square, Abuja. "But we can assure you that the APC has entered one term and they have to go", Fayose, who is the chairman of the PDP governors' forum said while he was given the opportunity to talk at the convention.
Fayose who officially unveiled his presidential ambition at the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP's National Convention now taking place at the Eagles Square, Abuja also said that Nigerians entered one chance in the All Progressive Congress, APC, party.
Fayose was accompanied to the venue by his supporters, who were seen displaying his campaign posters with the inscription, 'Ayo Fayose for President'.
"Nigerians have entered one chance in this government".
"We are going back to our villa". God will be with us.
"Oluyede said governance is not about "making people to queue under the scorching sun and distributing bowls of rice to them" as if they are beggars but about making genuine efforts to better their lives through life-changing policies and will improve their standard of living".
The governor had boasted that he would take power from President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019.
He said: "What has gone wrong with us in Ekiti is that this government and the governor have failed because they celebrate poverty". We make mistakes but our ability to correct them if what is important.
NAIJ.com reported earlier that days after Governor Ayodele Fayose reportedly declared his plans to contest the 2019 presidency, a former member of the House of Representatives, Bamidele Faparusi, has told him to go learn from his performing colleagues in other states.
"I want our young ones to know that they can get out of poverty through right-thinking, innovation and productivity".