While speaking during a liveinterview on African Independent Television (AIT) programme, ‘Focus Nigeria’, on Monday in Abuja, Governor Ayodele Fayose, of Ekiti state, again declared that he would soon emerge the President of Nigeria.
The outspoken Chairman of the PDP Governors Forum also stated that he believes that in the near future, he will take over the mantle to lead the nation as his future was tied to the presidency.
“It is not by power. It is destiny. I did not believe it when I became Ekiti governor after eight years of leaving office.
"One day I know that I will be the Vice President of Nigeria or possibly President Federal Republic of Nigeria,” he said.
Speaking further, the Governor criticized the embattled national chairman of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), Ali Modu Sheriff.
"Ali Modu Sheriff said the Governors are with him, let him call us to a meeting maybe he will see anyone. God forbid, to sit with Ali Modu Sheriff again in my life.
“He is a general without an army. If democracy is about people and party politics is about people, tell Senator Ali Modu Sheriff to bring out the people behind him. You will see all the senators at our own meetings, who are those behind Sheriff?
“When holding a press conference, they will use camera to control them like this, just about three of them,” Fayose added.