Immediate past governor of Ekiti state, Kayode Fayemi, has revealed that there is a second part to the audio recording which implicated some persons of complicity in the Ekiti governorship election.
The audio recording released to the public last week, featured voices allegedly belonging to Governor Ayo Fayose, Senator Iyiola Omisore, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro and Police Affairs Minister Jelili Adesiyan, at a meeting with top military officers, with whom they were heard discussing on plans that will help the PDP win the gubernatorial elections of the state.
Reports monitored on Naija.com stated that Fayemi made the disclosure last Sunday, during his 50th birthday thanksgiving service at St. Martin’s Catholic Church, Isan-Ekiti in Oye Local Government Area, of the state.
According to Fayemi, the second part of the audio recording will soon be released to the public domain.
Fayemi said: “Those who denied that they were not the ones will hear the second part of the recording and they will keep quiet. Justice belongs to God. God will vindicate us because we have worked hard for our people.”
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