'I don’t want cows in my community, the anti-grazing law has come to stay' - Governor Fayose

Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose says that Nigeria is in a perilous time as he commended leaders who are standing firm to challenge the bad policies of the present administration.  

Fayose who spoke at the Silverbird Man of the Year Awards at Eko Hotel last night called on Nigerians to stand against nepotism, which to him is obvious in the present All Progressives Congress ruling party.  

He stated that he had enacted anti-grazing law and that nobody could stop its full implementation. “The anti-grazing law has come to stay. I don’t want cow in my community. And for those of you who are afraid to speak up, this is the time to do so now,” the governor said.  

Fayose who won the “Man of The People Award” and dedicated it to his wife said that the woman had been his pillar.  He said, “I dedicate this award to my wife. She is a prayer warrior. She would always hold my legs to pray before going out in the morning that God should bring me back safely. Perhaps it is too late, she would have changed husband but I commend her. My wife is a great woman.”