In a statement on Thursday signed by its director, Mr. Biodun Omoleye, the centre said the people of the state were shocked that Olusola, it described as a pastor in CAC could resort to lies when he knew that Fayemi only owed workers one month at the time he left office.
“This shameless accusation and lies from the supposed man of God, a pastor of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) is not a surprise considering the character that nurtured him as a politician. “We can understand the moral pedigree of a supposed man of God in an administration battling with accusations of serial murders, salary padding, contract scams, over-invoicing over which several permanent secretaries that refused to cooperate had been sacked.
“We can only pity a man of God dining with a rogue administration that secretly took N56 billion loans to pay salary and for development projects but criminally diverted all to cronies’ companies for personal benefit but still shamelessly insisted that it didn’t borrow one kobo.”
Omoleye said it is an insult and affront on the good people of Ekiti State for Olusola, who is the number two in a “cloudy and fraudulent administration” that has left the state in ruins and state’s work-force devastated over 10 months unpaid salaries, including N56b debts overhang, to accuse Fayemi of misconduct in government for which he must make restitution.
He added: “The CAC ought to punish Eleka for his brazen and shameless lie on an international television station that Fayemi owed three months salary when the fact available to all Nigerians is that Fayemi did not pay just September salary because Fayose blocked the pre-arranged bank facility to pay workers by issuing threats to the bank to stop the facility.