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A foremost Nigerian Human Rights Activist, Shehu Sani has attributed the ongoing mayhem in Ekiti State to Marijuana grown alongside the rice shared by governor-elect, Ayodele Fayose during his electoral campaign two months ago.

Naijacrux recalls that Fayose, distributed over 14,500 branded 5kg bags at the Ado Ekiti Central Mosque and Ansarudeen Central Mosque, noting that the gesture was inspired by the Ramadan season.

Explaining why they shared the rice, the Deputy Governor-elect, Dr. Olusola Elega, who spoke on the behalf of Fayose, had said: ?You know the Governor-elect is a man of the people and he so much has the love of the people at heart.

?He is doing this to demonstrate his love for the people and to identify with them especially during this season of Ramadan.?

However, two months after Fayose?s victory, chaos erupted in Ado-Ekiti, as rampaging thugs, believed to be loyal to the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) and the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) charged around the city unleashing violence on residents and property.

Naijacrux recalls that the campaign office of Governor Kayode Fayemi and the secretariat of the All Progressives Congress, APC, located at the Ajilosun area of the city, was razed.

The governor had since slammed a dusk to dawn curfew on the state.

Reacting to the incident, Shehu Sani, who doubles as President, Civil Rights Congress mockingly stated that the crisis was inspired by the ?adulterated? rice

The activist took to his Facebook wall on Monday to air his view on the mayhem, which has wrecked havoc in the state.

He said, ?Since the consumption of PDP basmati rice by some people of Ekiti, peace has eluded the state. That rice must have been grown along with Ganja in Afghanistan?.

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