People of Edo state trooped out of their residence on Sunday to celebrate the victory of Governor Godwin Obaseki after defeating Ize-Iyamu of All Progressive Congress, APC.
Most of Edo state indigenes mocked the former governor of the state, Adams Oshiomhole who is the strong backbone to Ize-Iyamu and also want to play role of godfatherism in the state.
Oshiomhole was totally humiliated by people of Edo state after given their massive support to their incumbent Governor of the state, Godwin Obaseki in the Saturday poll.
However, after Obaseki victory with a total number of 307,955 votes to emerge winner of the poll while Ize-Iyamu scored 223,619 votes.
The former member of the National Assembly from Kogi State, also known as controversial Senator, Dino Melaye, joined to mocked Oshiomhole and Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the national leader of the APC.
Dino Melaye said, “Fellow countrymen and women, I salute you once again. I am reaching you directly from Edo. What we used to have as Osho Baba has now been reduced, downgraded and degraded to Osho pikin. Nobody should call Osho Baba again, never! The only thing you now have is Osho pikin…..
Melaye added; “How can you expect that a man with the umbrella will not win during the rainy season? Definitely, the PDP won. APC, how market? Oshiomhole, how market?” Melaye said before bursting into a song to mock Oshiomhole and Tinubu, who had released a video ahead of the election, urging the people of Edo to reject Obaseki.
“The dollars brought in a bullion van to Edo have gone down the drain.”
While celebrating some of the Obaseki’s supporters said that Oshiomhole should better relocate to Lagos help his mentor, Bola Tinubu cope with the shame of the defeat.
Some of the youths said while jubilating, that, “Oshiomhole should relocate to be living with his godfather in Lagos.”
Also a driver, who identified himself as Lucky Godwin, said, “Edo no be Lagos; we told Oshio and his father that they will be humiliated and that has happened.” And as well another Lady among the supporters, Rose, said “This victory is sweet; e dey pepper Oshioo