“But You Slapped A judge” – Nigerians Slam Fayose After His Tweet About Respecting The Judiciary

Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has been slammed on twitter following his opinion on the UK Supreme court ruling against its government.

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The UK apex court on Tuesday ruled that the government shut of the parliament was illegal – a moved Fayose hailed as “respect for rule of law.”

The PDP chieftain then urged the Nigerians government to emulate their UK counterpart in granting independence to the Judiciary and respect for the rule of law.

“BREXIT experience vis British democracy in which there is respect for rule of law, independence of the Judiciary and freedom of speech should be a lesson for our govt, people and political actors. Our institutions should be stronger than individuals in leadership.” He tweeted.

But that backfired almost immediately as many online users thought it was rich coming from an ex leader who has had an infamous encounter with the Judiciary.

He was quick to be reminded how “he slapped” a sitting judge in Ekiti state, during his time as Governor.

See their reactions below;

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