Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose has portrayed President Muhammadu Buhari and those in his camp as wolves in sheep's clothing.
Fayose has been a dedicated commentator of the Buhari administration since initiation.
He said the President treats corruption when it concerns individuals serving under his administration or his political partners with a squeeze of salt.
The Governor expressed this in an announcement issued on Wednesday, October 11, by his representative, Lere Olayinka, in response to the $25 billion contract trick shaking the NNPC.
The Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu had blamed the Group Managing Director for the NNPC, Dr. Maikanti Baru, of granting the multi-billion dollar contracts without the learning of the Corporation board.
Fayose said Buhari is "treating corruption involving his men as family affair".
"When miscreants write petitions to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, against perceived opponents of President Buhari, EFCC will act immediately, but when known Nigerians, including members of Buhari’s government raise allegations of corruption against close allies of the President, the EFCC will look the other way."
"As posited by APC Senator, Shehu Sani, we are in a situation where perfume is being sprayed on corruption when it affects Buhari’s men while insecticide is being sprayed on corruption when it involves perceived political opponents of the President.
"When allegation of corruption is made against Buhari’s men, EFCC acts like pet dog, but when it is against those whose faces the President does not like, the anti-graft agency acts like lion.
"No nation can achieve greatness with such a partial leadership.
"As far as I am concerned, President Buhari is not fighting any corruption. He is fighting his political foes and God is not a God of double-standard. This Buhari's government is a government of double-standard," Fayose said.