– The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association requests that Governor Ayodele Fayose delicate an open expression of remorse for putting forth off base expressions on the health of President Muhammadu Buhari
– The fulani herdsmen association affirms that while different Nigerians were appealing to God for the president’s brisk recovery, Fayose was petitioning God for Buhari to kick the bucket
– The gathering says it will follow Fayose legitimately should he neglect to delicate an expression of remorse over his expressions
Fulani herdsmen have approached Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state to apologize to Muhammadu Buhari for putting forth stigmatizing expressions on the president’s wellbeing or face lawful activity.
The national coordinator of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, Alhaji Garus Gololo who decided on Monday August 21, at a news gathering in Makurdi, Benue state, said Fayose must delicate an open expression of remorse for putting forth unguarded expressions on the health of the president, The Nation reports.
The Fulani herdsmen association said should the senator neglect to apologize, they will follow him lawfully.
The coordinator said: “We MACBA have met at our level here and resolved that the Ekiti State governor should publicly apologize to Nigeria President who he had mocked and made several comments he is not morally and professionally supposed to said.
”We know that while other Nigerians were praying for PMB quick recovery, Fayose was praying for Mr President to die. He even went ahead asking people to begin to address him as the next president of Nigeria while Buhari is still alive, but thank God, Buhari did not die.
”So, our president is back to the country to continue with the governance of Nigeria. It is now our turn to demand for Fayose to apologize or we will go after him legally.”
In the interim, Governor Ayodele Fayose has communicated amuse over the arrival of President Muhammadu Buhari from medicinal treatment in London.
The president came back to the nation on Saturday, August 19 in the wake of spending over 100 days outside of the nation for restorative treatment.
Premium Times reports that the Ekiti representative talked after a concise meeting with a few Peoples Democratic Party governors and leaders on Monday, August 21.