Governor of Ekiti state, Ayo Fayose have been making headlines for blasting APC, Muhamadu Buhari and Chief Olusegun Obasanjo.
Ayo Fayose elder brother, Segun Fayose has appealed to the Governor to stop embarrasing their family.
Segun said their father was a gentle pastor, who built and sustained a good name for the family before joining his ancestors.
Segun told our reporters in Ibadan, Oyo state capital that rather than sustain and protect the good name of their family, Fayose choose to be bringing shame to their family with the way he insults elders like Olusegun Obasanjo and APC presidential candidate, Gen Muhammadu Buhari.
Segun Fayose who is a United Kingdom based accountant said the family cherished the name it inherited from its late patriarch. He also said their father was known in Ekiti for sound character found in every omoluabi.
He describer Chief Olusegun Obasanjo as Ayo Fayose’s benefactor.
Segun said “It is a pity Nigerians are celebrating criminals. I am angry with Nigerians for electing somebody like Ayodele as governor. My children cannot come to Nigeria because of the terrible situation of our country.
“I don’t have a relationship with any of our leaders because of their criminality and anybody who says I collected money from the opposition should step forward to challenge me. Ekiti and Nigeria are bigger than Fayose’s name and both names should be protected.
“I don’t want anything from anybody, but Ayo should stop insulting and abusing my father’s name. As a result of Fayose’s attitude, many people believe the Fayose family is rude but it is far from the truth.
“I have spoken to him many times, but he refused to listen. Buhari and Obasanjo are old enough to be his father and I don’t know why he should be insulting them.
“I am always sad with the situation of this country. Ayo’s arrogance is one of the reasons I said people should not vote for him prior to the Ekiti governorship election. If all I am saying is not true, my six children should die and I should end up in shame.
“Most of us abroad are not happy with the situation of Nigeria. We are sad. When people call me from Ekiti to complain about Ayo, I tell them to forgive the family. People should not see Ayo as an ambassador of our family.”