Khana/Gokana Supplementary Election: You Lack Character, Structure To Win Election, Group Tells Friday Nke-ee
A group of supporters of Rt. Hon. Dumnamene Robinson Dekor, winner of last Saturday House of Representatives supplementary election for Khana/Gokana Federal Constituency, has told the defeated candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Mr. Friday Nke-ee to shut up and stop complaining over the outcome of the election as he lacks the character and the structure to win any election in Ogoni.
Reacting to allegation of irregularities during the election by Mr. Friday Nke-ee, the group, Ogoni Peoples Congress, in a statement signed by the Secretary, Comrade John Wiko said it was not surprised that the SDP candidate could recourse to such wild claims as he has never anyone in doubt that he is a serial betrayer and loser who never accepts defeat even when it is obvious.
Accusing Mr. Nke-ee of running to the radio to spew trash after he lost the election, the group regretted that the SDP candidate has made himself a laughing stock, by pointing accusing fingers at persons who had nothing to do with the supplementary election.
“You can imagine the embarrassment to Khana and Gokana people who gladly expressed their will and voted for their preferred candidate in the person of Rt. Hon. Dum Dekor, to hear the deluded Friday Nke-ee accuse Governor Wike and his CSO of involvement in the election.
“The allegations are false, misleading, unsubstantiated and can only come from a wicked, drowning bad loser in the person of Friday Nke-ee. How did he expect to win without a structure and lacking in character?”, the group further stated.
Rt. Hon. Dum Dekor’s supporters noted that the defeated SDP candidate had lost touch with Ogoni people since he was sacked by the administration of Sir (Dr.) Peter Odili over allegations which he could not disprove.
“Friday Nke-ee remains a serial loser, very unstable and lacking in character. No serious minded person should take him serious.
“We challenge Mr. Friday Nke-ee to tell us how his master won supplementary election in Khana in 2016”, the group demanded.