NIGERIAN POLITICIANS SHOULD LEARN HOW TO ACCEPT DEFEAT IN GOOD FAITH-Ute-Okpu Monarch

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The Obi of Ute-Okpu
kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Pastor Solomon Chukwuka 1, has called on
Nigerian  politicians particularly those
aspiring for political office to learn how to accept defeat in good faith, for
that is what  true democracy entails. Obi
Solomon Chukwuka made the call while speaking with Ika Weekly at his royal
palace at Ute-Okpu on Tuesday
27th November, 2011.

According to him,
democracy is  better understood when
politicians do not  make politics a do or
die affair, stressing that just like every other game, in politics it is either
you win or lose.” “When we follow due process in our election, if you lose, you
lose gallantly, That is how election is supposed to be because we are not in a
war front. And when we contest for any election, we should not fight or go to
court, it shows that we are mature and know what we are doing as a people,” he
said.

While commenting
on the General Assembly election in New Jersey, United States of American that
was held on Tuesday November 8, 2011 and which had an American  based Ute-Okpu son, Hon Elliot Isibor as the
candidate of the Democratic Party, HRM stated that,” Elliot Isibor is my son
and my cousin. He is somebody that I cherish so much. He is a man that has
boldness, a man that has made his people proud. Although he lost by a narrow
margin to his Republican Party opponent, I think he did a great thing and I
commend him for that. We are solidly behind him and will keep praying for him
because I know that next time he will context and win in the name of Jesus. So,
I encourage him to continue to work hard because I know that if he does not
give up, he will succeed one day.”

In another
development Obi Solomon said the Fellowship of Christian Traditional Rulers
which he is the co-ordinator is doing its best in their effort to propagate the
gospel of Jesus Christ to every part of Nigeria, adding that early next year,
the fellowship will organize a conference where traditional rulers will be
educated on their eating habit so that they will live longer.

The monarch
wished all his subjects at home and abroad a blissful and joyous Christmas,
saying that they should be law abiding and 
be optimistic about life. He enjoined them to be praying for him,
Ika  nation, Delta State
and Nigeria
as a whole.

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