Singer says there was no election

Singer 9ice says he did not lose the APC House of Representatives primary election.

News just filtering in has it that singer Abolore Akande, 9ice, is not taking his reported loss in the All Progressive Congress primary election nicely. 9ice who reportedly lost the ticket to gun for the Ogbomoso North/Ogbomosho South/Orire Federal Constituency into the House of Representatives come 2015, to Prince Akeem Oyewumi, the son of the Soun of Ogbomosho, is threatening thunder and brimstone, claiming the elections were rigged and inconclusive.

The singer turned musician may soon be heading to court as he is not satisfied with the conduct of the elections.

In a press release by his campaign organization, 9ice declared that he did not lose in the election as it was not done with the tenets of democracy in mind.

His camp believes that given an open playing field, 9ice could have defeated Prince Oyewumi squarely.

They maintained that there was a crisis that erupted when it was glaring that 9ice was coasting home to a win.

Hear 9ice:

"At this moment, winner of the election has not emerged. Ogbomosho North delegates need to vote before the winner will be announced."

Does that send any message?

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