‘Why freeze Fayose’s account and not investigate Fayemi?’

The Ekiti state House of Assembly, on Tuesday, criticised the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for freezing the account of the state governor, Ayodele Fayose, without a court order.

Chairman of the Committee on Information, Gboyega Aribisogan, while speaking with journalist in Ado Ekiti, noted that the action of the EFCC was null and void as the state governor cannot be listed in any case as he still enjoys executive immunity.

The lawmaker further disclosed that the House, during its plenary, passed a vote of confidence on Fayose.

The House also called on the EFCC to release the account of the governor immediately.

Aribisogan questioned why the anti-graft agency will freeze the account of Fayose but fail to investigate his predecessor, Kayode Fayemi, who has been accused of mismanaging state resources.

He noted that the House has invited the state Commissioner for Finance during the administration of Fayemi, Dapo Kolawole, to explain some issues.

“The APC-led Federal Government should concentrate on good governance to reduce poverty and several security challenges in the country rather than embarking on a wild goose chase of perceived opposition as seen in their several attempts to muzzle Governor Ayodele Fayose and many others.”

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