Governor Fayose claims the Presidential Villa in Abuja has been turned to a facility where the President’s men hide their loot.

Fayose said this in response to the statement from the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, that looters have resorted to burying stolen funds in their backyards, deep forests and burial grounds.

Mohammed said this while agreeing that the whistle-blowing policy of the federal government is yielding positive results.

But in a statement issued on his behalf by Lere Olayinka, his spokesman, Fayose said Mohammed is only trying to play on the intelligence of Nigerians.

He accused the President and his aides of fooling Nigerians with what he called “staged-managed recovery” of looted cash in some locations in the country in a bid to convince them that the anti-corruption war is on course.

Fayose claimed that it is either the recovered monies belong to those around Buhari or the government planted them "to sustain its fake anti-corruption fight".

"It is either the money belongs to members of Buhari’s government or it is being planted by the government to sustain its fake anti-corruption fight in the minds of the people," he said.

''Enough of stage-managed and fake anti-corruption war aimed solely at opposition figures, especially presidential hopefuls in the 2019 election."