Governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose has said the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) Deputy governorship candidate is 39 year old while the All Progressives Congress, APC, deputy governorship candidate is 74 year old.
According to the governor,who was obviously reacting to the #Not-Too-Young-To-Run bill which was passed into law yesterday, May 31st by president Muhammadu Buhari, the PDP candidate became chairman of Ado LG at 35 while the APC candidate became chairman of Ado LG 25 years ago.
See what Fayose said via his Twitter handle
Today in Ekiti, the PDP Deputy governorship candidate is 39 year old. He became chairman of Ado LG at 35.
On the contrary, the APC deputy governorship candidate is 74 year old. He was chairman of Ado LG 25 years ago.
— Peter Ayodele Fayose (@GovAyoFayose) June 1, 2018
See how some Nigerians on the platform reacted
I hope he won’t be young and foolish as Gov yahaya Bello…Not all young people are reasonable and useful. Yahaya is a typical example.
— Frankienyia (@frankenyia) June 1, 2018
it not age that will do the job or deliver, but the ability, the will and vision, not stomach infrastructure, or propaganda
— Fredrick Agunloye (@gokeloye) June 1, 2018
But you went to pick his father who’s 84 to be your running-mate when You won the primaries of your party. The tired old man only declined and recommended his son(prof kolapo) to be your running- mate.
— bally jibril (@Balajibril1) June 1, 2018
Age is jst a number, leadership qualities is what matters and what people are looking for not age, Malaysian Prime minister is an example of that.
— Ahmadkaraye (@abclairs) June 1, 2018