Ekiti politician and billionaire minister, Kayode Fayemi seeking return to office as the governor of Ekiti state has reportedly bought an astonishingly erected multi-million-naira mansion in Ikeja, the Lagos state capital.
Reports stated that the serving minister of the Federal Republic had painstakingly spent huge fortunes to ‘‘remodel the manor into an Eldorado of sort; replete with trappings essential to a life of glamour and allure.’’
The Capital NG exclusively broke the story of Mr Fayemi’s latest acquisition and gave a vivid description of the ex-governor’s dream home and new paradise resting inside Ikeja GRA.
According to The Capital NG, “behind the gates of the impressive mansion, luxury saunters in a colourful garb. The interior depicts Kayode’s dreams of bliss; you could be forgiven for mistaking it for the fabled Atlantis. The panes of quaint decor, embroidered fabric and devices, ornaments the insides like the damasked wings of the pyralid.
“Amid its enchanting premises, you could get lost, especially if you are a first-time visitor. Recurrent callers at the mansion have been known to marvel and keel over in humility, in deference to its lavish treats.
“Outside, the building is garlanded with arcs and flowers, and bunches of knot-grass. Kayode’s manor is a testament to class. No doubt”.
However, the latest manor acquired by the minister of solid minerals development is presently the focal point of discussion across boards in Lagos and Ekiti states.
Newsheadline247 understands Ekiti state political class is vehemently grumbling over Mr Fayemi’s new treasure – a development sources revealed may hamper his planned return to the state’s governor’s office.