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Ngige has confirmed PDP will win Ekiti election - Fayose

Ngige has confirmed PDP will win Ekiti election - Fayose

- Governor Fayose has reacted to Ngige's comments in Ekiti state

- Ngige had on Tuesday, July 10, at APC rally in Ekiti mistakenly asked the people of the state to vote for Fayose instead of Fayemi

- Fayose said that Ngige's statement was an affirmation that PDP would win the governorship election in the state holding on Saturday, July 14

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti has thanked the minister of labour and productivity, Chris Ngige, for campaigning for him at the All Progressives Congress (APC) rally in the state.

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Ujuayalogu'sBlog gathered that Ngige had mistakenly mentioned Fayose's name while campaigning for Fayemi during APC's mega rally in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital, ahead of Saturday, July 14 gubernatorial election.

Although, Ngige was later cautioned and apologised for the mistake, some members of the People Democratic Party (PDP) have claimed that Ngige's statement was an indication that the party would win the election.

In his reactions to Nigige's outburst, Fayose described the former governor of Anambra as a truthful man, adding that his statement showed him as brave man who would always say it as it is.

Ngige has confirmed PDP will win Ekiti election - Fayose

He said: "I thank my good friend, Dr Chris Ngige for campaigning for me at the APC rally in Ado Ekiti yesterday. Dr. Ngige is a man who is not always afraid to say the truth and that's what he demonstrated yesterday even in the presence of the President and other APC leaders."

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Meanwhile, Ujuayalogu'sBlog had previously reported that Governor Fayose caused a stir when he confronted the commissioner of police in the state, Ahmed Bello and the director of the Department of State Services (DSS), Promise Ihenacho, with allegations of complicity in alleged plans to rig the July 14th governorship election in the state.

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