Ayodele Fayose, the immediate past governor of Ekiti State.

Dr Samuel Omotoso,a member of the Ekiti State House of Assembly,has taken away the documents that are use to seal the two-storey commercial building by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) ,which was allegedly owned by Ayodele Fayose,the former Governor of Ekiti State.

The building which was located along Oluyemi Kayode Stadium was sealed on November 22,with the inscription " under investigation, please keep off" by EFCC was among the proprieties that were believe to be owned by the immediate past governor of the State.

Dr Samuel Omotoso reported that,all the issues have been resolved concerning the building and claim responsibility for the removal of the seal by EFCC,the excerpt of the reports goes thus;

 ‘Re: marked Ekiti Lawmaker’s property: Issues resolved with EFCC’, Omotoso said: “I have been given clearance to remove the markings on the property.'

“All questions and expectations on our documentations on means of purchase and construction of the said property by me and my wife have been sufficiently demonstrated to the EFCC.

“This demonstration necessitated my unaccompanied personal visit to the EFCC Headquarters on 29th of November 2018, where the issue was resolved.

“The property in question at No 10 Odundun Street, Okesa, Ado- Ekiti, belongs to me and my wife without let or hindrance.”

“The EFCC also explained that contrary to perception, our property wasn’t sealed nor was I indicted for any infraction, but marked so as to identify the owner.

“We also agreed that based on logistics reasons, time constraints and on request, that I have been given clearance to remove the markings on the property so I can live my private life in peace.

“We also resolved that this country belongs to all of us and all hands must be on deck to strengthen our institutions and preserve personal liberties.”

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