Nigeria’s presidency, according to Kayode Fayemi, governor of Ekiti and presidential candidate for the All Progressives Congress (APC), is not for “moneybags.”
On Thursday, May 19, Fayemi told a political gathering that he is aware that he is not a moneybag, but that he is also aware that Nigeria’s presidency has never gone to a moneybag.
Fayemi avoided mentioning those he may label as moneybags.
“Before we can solve insecurity, we must address inequality, poverty, and the economic underpinnings of security difficulties.” The state of Kaduna is one of the country’s biggest food producers. We want to integrate our kids into the agricultural food value chain, so we need to ensure credit for our farmers and off-take of their produce.
Although I am not a moneybag, I am aware that this position has never gone to one. ‘However, I am capable of raising funds.’