Some angry youths from the same home town of one of the gubernatorial aspirants in the forthcoming election in Ekiti, Bisi Kolawole, have taken to the street to protest against his candidacy and destroyed his posters and banners across the local government area. This development, however, has shown that Kolawole is not popular in his town let alone of the state. NewsBreakNG learnt from a reliable source that Kolawole, who is the current chairman of Peoples Democratic Party in the state, was reportedly dragged into the gubernatorial race by Chief Ayo Fayose, a former governor of the state, an action that didn’t go well within and outside the party structure in Ekiti state. Since his adoption as Ekiti governorship race by Fayose, chieftains and other members of the party, including sympathisers, have openly rejected his candidacy, describing him as “unpopular and bad choice for the PDP.” Recall that last week, some leaders of the party, including the Personal Assistant to Fayose, publicly rejected the nomination to serve as member of his campaign council. Meanwhile, it has been observed that the Ekiti State Signage and Advertising Agency, EKSAA, has compounded the woes of Kolawole by pasting a “Post No Bill” notice at the venue of a proposed inauguration of Kolawole campaign. It remains to be seen how Mr Kolawole and his campaign council will react as the inauguration is scheduled for Sunday, May 2nd. This medium also learnt that the rejection by the youths drew the attention of the state government, in it’s magnanimity, to allow peace to reign by pasting ‘Post No Bill’ It was also learnt that youths were asked to make a payment of N1,500 for cap also, which they also refused to pay.