Wike vs Awara: The blood of those killed during Rivers election will haunt Amaechi – Fani-Kayode

Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, on Saturday, lambasted Minister of Transport, Rotimi , over the outcome of the State governorship election.

DAILY POST reports that Governor Nyesom of the Peoples Democratic Party, , was declared winner of the March 9 Governorship election in the state

State Returning Officer, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State, Professor Teddy Addia declared that poll 886,264 to defeat his closest rival, Biokpomabo Awara of the AAC, who polled 173,809.

In a statement, the former presidential spokesman said ’s determination to wrestle power for the Peoples Democratic Party () led to loss of lives and injuries of his own people.

He said: “Now that he has been disgraced in his state how does the frog-eyed, pot-bellied Creek Haramite feel? The truth is that he was never fit for power in the first place because he was born in the gutter. He crawled out of that gutter but the gutter never crawled our of him.

“His houseboy background has always haunted him and he has no class or character. All the virtues in God’s heaven and on earth are alien to him and he cannot possibly comprehend them let alone espouse or imbibe them. That is why he has always behaved like an animal.

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“A creature from hell that orchestrated the arrest, detention and murder of hundreds of his own Rivers people by outsiders in a futile attempt to win power in Port Harcourt and capture the state is not worthy of public office, honor, decency or respect.

“He and his ilk are a sad reflection of what and politicians have turned into in Nigeria. I would not put him in charge of my dog kennels or horse stables let alone a Federal Ministry or a state.

“They took the beast out of the bush but they could not take the bush out of the beast. When a pig wears lipstick it still remains a pig and it still stinks to high heavens.

“When you put a dog in a palace it still remains a dog and it will defecate on the rug. That is what this Haramite is: a beast in the bush, a pig wearing lipstick and a dog in a palace all rolled into one.

“May God judge him for his psychotic barbarism and compulsive wickedness and may he pay a terrible price for his sociopathic disposition and vile inclinations both in this world and in the world to come.

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“The blood of those that were killed in the in Rivers State will haunt him forever.”

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