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Gov Ayo Fayose Celebrates OBJ Exit from PDP with Controversial Advert on Newspaper — ‘The troubler & tormentor of our party is gone’

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Gov Ayo Fayose Celebrates OBJ Exit from PDP with Controversial Advert on Newspaper — ‘The troubler & tormentor of our party is gone’

Gov Ayo Fayose Celebrates OBJ Exit from PDP with Controversial Advert on Newspaper -- 'The troubler & tormentor of our party is gone'

Gov Ayo Fayose Celebrates OBJ Exit from PDP with Controversial Advert on Newspaper — ‘The troubler & tormentor of our party is gone’

After his controversial advert placed on Punch Newspaper about few weeks ago, which caused controversy in the political field arena in Nigeria.

The controversial advert indicted that Gov Fayose, declare death threat to APC‘s presidential aspirant Gen Buhari and the northern leaders .

It exactly a week that former president of Nigeria Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, existed from ruling party PDP, in a controversial manner that lead to ex- president to tear his PDP membership card in public.

The outspoken and controversial  Governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose ,celebrates Obasanjo’s exit from PDP with a front page advert on Daily Sun.

In the advert, he described ex-president OBJ has tomentor of the party ” The troubler & tormentor of our party is gone ”.

He further used the front page advert to converse electorate to vote for the re-run election of President Ebele Jonathan in March presidential election.

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