The governor also described the claim by the Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, that the ministry did not have details of any fund recovered from officials of the immediate past government of Dr Goodluck Jonathan as a vindication of his position that the president was not saying the truth.
He maintained that Nigerians must ask the president where the so-called looted fund was paid and who made the payments. Fayose, according to a statement by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, said “If the Ministry of Finance is not aware of any recovered fund, it is either those who purportedly made the refund did so by loading cash into Ghana-Must-Go bags and dropping the bags in the President’s bedroom or the fund was lodged into the Central Bank without records.
“The only areas President Buhari has recorded tremendous achievements are areas of political persecution, disobedience of court order and desperate bid to turn the country to a one-party state as evident in the Kogi State election, which the Independent National Electoral Commission, headed by Mahmood Yakubu staged managed and muddled up.”
He added, “Power supply has dropped, and above all; the unity of the country is being threatened as admitted by the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, yet all our President does is junketing around the globe.