ONE YEAR AFTER: Tony Kabaka cries out, Regrets Actions In Edo Guber Elections.


By Adanigho Julius, Warri

One Year After: Edo Big Boy Tony Kabaka Laments His Neglect By APC, Regrets Actions In Edo Guber Elections.

I don’t know APC does not have a good heart and they don’t have unity, I regretted” says Tony Kabaka

I lost my Hotel Worth 500 Million Naira because of APC

Edo street politician, Comrade Tony Kabaka has taken to social media to lament the way he was treated by his party the APC. In a 29 minute video (the video link is below) laden with a deep emotional voice, Comrade Tony Kabaka cried out over the way he was treated by APC party leaders in the State.

Tony Kabaka said because of the struggle he lost his Hotel which was valued at over 500 million Naira and to date he has not received any single support from the APC and the party leaders.

The Edo politician said he was neglected by the party and it was as a result of his passion and full fight against Obaseki’s reelection that caused his hotel to be demolished.

Kabaka prayed for his party leaders who he claims neglected him in these trying periods of grief. According to him, I don’t know APC does not have a good heart and they don’t have unity, I regretted”

He claims he was oppressed but yet nobody came to his succor, he further said no one even asked about his upkeep.

He only singled out Adams Oshiomhole for praises who he said showed empathy to his plight by sending him words of encouragement.

Kabaka has vowed to withdraw his humanitarian support in times of crisis to the state. He said he was no more motivated to fight for the downtrodden anymore as he prefers to be left alone to nurse his wounds.

Tony Kabaka was a vocal voice in the last Edo elections, he was all over the media space throwing missiles at Obaseki, one thing led to another and his Hotel was demolished amidst the heat of the election.

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