Stop Reacting Like a Motor Park Tout, Fayose’s Aide Advises Lai Mohammed

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Stop Reacting Like a Motor Park Tout, Fayose’s Aide Advises Lai Mohammed

Following “venomous” attack from the Minister of Information, Lai
Mohammed, where he described  Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, as lacking requisite academic qualifications to speak on sensitive national issues, the governor’s Special Assistant on Public Communications, Lere Olayinka, has advised the federal government’s spokesman against reactinglike a motor park tout.”

Olayinka, who reacted to a statement by the minister that Fayose and others kicking against President Muhammadu Buhari’s TSA policy should return to elementary school,
said it was shameful that the minister ran away from the main issue
and chose to attack personalities.

He described Mohammed as unfit to speak for any decent
government, with the way he passed his comments about what the
governor said on Single Treasury Account (TSA) policy of the federal
government.

"Now that Mohammed has been elevated to the position of the
spokesperson of the Federal Government of Nigeria, he needs to be
purged of the APC basket mouth syndrome where he spoke like a
tout," he said,

The Fayose's spokesperson insisted that the federal government
must explain to Nigerians why and how it mortgaged their existence to
a single company that has made what no manufacturing companies with
thousands of employees can make in one month.

Olayinka said: "Ekiti State under Fayose is managing its finances perfectly without the TSA which is
obviously aimed at enriching a few individuals at the expense of
Nigerians."

He advised President Buhari to urgently debrief Mohammed so that
he would operate normally as a spokesperson of the government and not APC propagandist.

“At 63, Lai Mohammed should know that speaking for the
federal government is different from speaking for the APC,
which he did by always tying corn to his anus while dancing naked at
the market place.

“He should know that opposition is a major ingredient of democracy and
any democratic government devoid of opposition must be ready to
embrace anarchy.

"It is therefore the duty of Nigerians, especially the National
Assembly, to ask questions on the administration of the resources being
held in trust for them by those in power and it is the responsibility
of government at all levels to explain.

"When a man like Lai Mohammed, who is employed and paid with tax
payers’ money now chooses to insult Nigerians just because they ask
questions, sane minds should pity the president who employed such a
loquacious person to speak for his government.

"As for Fayose, he will continue to uphold the truth and
speak for the overall interest of Nigerians, not minding the offensive
odour emanating from the propaganda infected mouths of Mohammed
and his ilk," he stated.

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