Ondo State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate Jimoh Ibrahim has told Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose to be patient as he will soon know who is the party’s legitimate candidate.
He said it was too early for him to panic. In a statement yesterday, Ibrahim said the Ondo PDP crisis had not degenerated.
He said: “Fayose is advised to wait till November 27 after the election, as we shall move to Ekiti to enforce the Justice Okon Abang judgment, which also covers the PDP executives in Ekiti State. Our movement to Ekiti will be during the day, so it is better for Fayose to prepare and learn from the experience of Governor Olusegun Mimiko, who was performing in Ondo, until he was distracted by Fayose.”
The PDP candidate urged Fayose to brace for the reality of the Ondo election, noting that he will triumph in the November 26 poll.
“Let me remind Fayose that I am not former Governor Kayode Fayemi and it is now payback time to treat Fayose the way he treated Fayemi.
“He is equally advised that, this is not an election of prophesy.
“Since Fayose has predicted that I will not be governor, it simply means he will not be invited to attend my inauguration,” Ibrahim said.