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‘This is stranger than fiction’, Dele Momodu consoles Banky W after his controversial defeat at PDP primary

‘This is stranger than fiction’, Dele Momodu consoles Banky W after his controversial defeat at PDP primary

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Ovation magazine boss, Dele Momodu, has consoled singer cum politician, Banky W who lost Eti-Osa primary at the just concluded PDP primary election.

Don't worry" - Dele Momodu encourages Banky W following PDP Primary defeat  (Video) | Intel Region

Kemifilani NEWS recalls that Activist and convener of Concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju revealed that Banky W was denied of the PDP ticket after being previously declared winner to represent the party as its House of Representatives candidate in the upcoming 2023 elections.

Deji Adeyanju tweeted “PDP is cursed. Banky W didn’t get the ticket according to their latest evil scheme, all they care about is dollars…Kai, I’m sincerely tired of this country. We are in serious mess. The generation of our children are in trouble.”

Reacting to sad news, Dele Momodu who recently purchased the N40 million presidential form of the People Democratic Party, PDP shared a video clip where he was consoling the singer and wrote that Banky W’s case is ‘stranger than fiction’.

“Just ran into my very dear Brother MR BANKOLE WELLINGTON and what he’s telling me is stranger than fiction…”,he wrote.

He however encouraged the singer in the video clip, saying, “Don’t worry,”

Kemi Filani recalls that on Monday, May 22, 2022, Nigerian singer turned politician, Bankole Wellington, popularly called Banky W, won the PDP ticket to represent the party as its House of Representatives candidate in the upcoming 2023 elections.

Banky W contested for the Eti-Osa Federal Constituency seat and the music star polled 28 votes to beat his closest opponent who scored three votes.

A total of 140 aspirants vied for PDP tickets for the 40 seats in the Lagos State House of Assembly, while 85 aspirants sought the state’s 24 House of Representatives seats.

However, barely 24 hours after this, he was declared the loser of the primaries.

 

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