Former governor of Ekiti State and PDP governorship aspirant, Ayo Fayose, has said that he would not be part of any consensus arrangement.
Fayose who stated this through his spokesman, Idowu Adelusi in Ado Ekiti on Sunday said consensus is another form of imposition especially when not all aspirants consented to it.
Fayose stated further, “everybody who believe in democracy and in general election must believe in primary.
“I don’t want to be consensus a candidate; everybody must be given the right to exercise as a member of the party.
“I have obtained my form, I returned it, I was screened and the last leg is primary.
“If an aspirant has paid N11m for primary, he should have courage to face the electorate to elect him as candidate.
“I reject consensus in totality, I am ready to face all other aspirants. Afterall, there will be no consensus at general election.
“I believe in party supremacy based on equity and fair play.”