Barely few months to the end of tenure of Ekiti State governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, an Akure based lawyer and right activist, Morakinyo Ogele has asked the governor, to prepare for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) after office.
Ogele accused Fayose of throwing the tenet of democracy and transparency into the wind.
The Ikere Ekiti born lawyer who addressed reporters in Akure, the state capital, assured Fayose that it will be difficult for him to escape from the country this time.
It will be recalled that Ogele wrote over 90 petitions against Fayose during his first tenure as the governor which later led to his removal.
The right activist said Fayose was expected to account for all the federal allocation into the state, including ecological fund and N20billion released to him by
former President Goodluck Jonathan two weeks after his inauguration.
He said Fayose must also account for the Bailout fund, Paris club refund, and the local government funds.
Ogele charged Fayose to be more dedicated to the suffering of the people of Ekiti state by paying six-eight months backlogs of salary arrears of the state civil servants.
“Fayose must account for how much he has spent on the flyover project in Ado-Ekiti, and other roads. He should be prepare for EFCC, after his term”, he said.