Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has reacted to the decision of a governorship aspirant, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, to dump the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
<p>Adeyeye had lost the chance to become PDP’s governorship flag bearer to Fayose’s deputy, Kolapo Olusola during the party’s primary election.</p> <p>Against this backdrop, the former PDP’s National Publicity Secretary, on Thursday quit the party.</p> <p>Reacting to Adeyeye’s exist, Fayose said, “We appreciate him for the time he has spent, for participating in the primaries.</p> <p>“PDP has demonstrated to the whole world that we can offer a level playing ground.</p> <p>“We have given a level playing ground to everybody and to every election, there will be losers and winners.</p> <p>“I am Peter the rock nobody can fight me. I have given everybody a level playing ground which actually no sitting governor will do.</p> <p>“Having done the best in these circumstances, I leave everything to God. But I want to assure you that his departure will make no difference.</p> <p><strong>DON'T MISS:</strong> <strong>Download DailyPost Android app and earn unlimited free Airtime</strong></p> <p>“To our teeming party members, I advise that this party has lost elections two times before. One to ex-governor Adebayo and another when Fayemi became governor. The party is more important we should stay together to win the election.”</p> <br />