The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Lagos State, Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran who is popularly known as Jandor has claimed that the house of Representatives candidate for Eti-Osa Federal Constituency, Mr Banky W lost his election to Peter Obi factor and not the party.
It would be recalled that the popular Nigerian musician suffered defeat to the candidate of the Labour party in the Saturday's polls.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with Arise News, Jandor said it was as a result of Peter Obi people voted Labour party.
According to him, Banky W Lost To Peter Obi.
Hear him "There is different between Peter Obi and Labour party. Labour Party has always been on the ballot since 1999. Ethnicity played out, religion played out and all played out on Saturday. Everybody that trooped out on Saturday did so because of that personality call Peter Obi. Let nobody deceive himself to think it was the Labour party. Banky W lost in Etiosa to a candidate that does not even know he was contesting. Banky W Didn't Lose To that guy, he lost to Peter Obi."
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