Fayose, who doubled as the Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governors’ forum, revealed that in 2005, the 30 Governors under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) were compelled to donate N10m each into the multi-billion naira library project.
The library, which is situated in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital, was officially commissioned on Saturday, as part of activities to mark the former president’s 80th birthday.
According to Lere Olayinka, spokesman of Fayose, the governor said this while speaking at the opening session of the PDP stakeholders’ meeting in the south-west.
“We were compelled to make the donation as PDP governors in 2005 and now I need the return of my money with interest,” Fayose said.
Describing the library as a fraudulent project, Fayose advised Obasanjo to stop seeing himself as a saint.
Fayose, who has accused Obasanjo of being behind his impeachment in 2006, does not hesitate to attack the former president whenever he has the opportunity.
Recently, he said Obasanjo to hold his peace and stop claiming been perfect because he has failed Nigerians many times and he should stop comparing himself with other diligent statesmen who had served Nigeria in the past.