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Updated: I would have burnt my PDP membership card and flag if Sheriff had won at the Supreme Court

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Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State said he would have burnt his Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) membership card if Senator Ali Modu Sheriff had been declared as the authentic PDP Chairman at the Supreme Court.

Fayose stated this on Friday in Ado-Ekiti the capital of Ekiti State while addressing his supporters who welcomed him home after Wednesday Supreme Court ruling.

He noted that he would have burnt his PDP membership card and the PDP flag in his possession if Sheriff who he described as an impostor had won.

He added that although Sheriff and his group have been forgiven for causing the party so much pain, they will not go free, because they must account for their actions.

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“I never imagined myself being in the same party with impostors,” he said.

“I went to court with a perfume which I wanted to use to spray my cards and party flags and set them ablaze even within the court premises if Sheriff had won; that was why I went to court. He noted

“Although I believe that we remain the same PDP family, no one can cause our party such pains and embarrassment and expect that he will go without being asked to account for his actions.

“The ‘no victor, no vanquished’ that we said was a mere political slogan. Whoever that participated in this charade must show some reasonable level of remorse for his actions.”

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