Nigerians Think I am Down After Edo Election But I am Not, Oshiomhole Says After APC's Defeat

 In the development to last Saturday's political decision, Oshiomhole had flaunted that he planned to educate Godwin Obaseki, up-and-comer of the Peoples Democratic Party and officeholder legislative leader of the express, an enduring exercise in governmental issues. 


Previous National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Adams Oshiomhole, on Wednesday said he was not influenced by the gathering's thrashing in the September 19 governorship political decision in Edo State. 


Oshiomhole uncovered this while allowing his first meeting since the gathering's embarrassing thrashing at the survey to GEE Africa TV. 


He stated, "I need to thank everyone. I am certain many individuals think friend is down yet I am not down. At the point when God says you are not down, you are not down and I am not down. 


"Regardless of the result of a political decision or a specific version of the cycle, have confidence in God and have confidence in our nation. God favor all of you." 


In the development to last Saturday's political decision, Oshiomhole had flaunted that he planned to instruct Godwin Obaseki, applicant of the Peoples Democratic Party and officeholder legislative head of the express, an enduring exercise in governmental issues. 


However, when the consequence of the political race was perused by the Independent National Electoral Commission on Sunday, Obaseki won the challenge convincingly, quieting Oshiomhole and different stalwarts of the APC including a previous legislative leader of Lagos, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, who anticipated destruction for him. 


Obaseki surveyed 307,955 votes to overcome Osagie Ize-Iyamu, competitor of the APC, who made sure about 223,619 votes. 


The lead representative was excluded from challenging the APC essential political race after he dropped out with Oshiomhole over the running of Edo State. 


In any case, Obaseki surrendered to the PDP where he ran for the political race and won.

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