Imama Amapakabo's men grabbed an early lead through Daniel Etor but went on to crash to second half goals from substitute Stephen Chukwude and Mfon Udoh.
"I'm not happy that we lost the match against Enyimba," Odita told Goal .
"In the first half we had the game in our hand but the second half the game left us. We wanted to win and we started very well scoring in the first half.
“But they got their equalizer early in the second half and their winning goal in the dying minutes of the match.
"We were just unfortunate to have lost the match, even after they equalized we were determined to get at least a draw in the game but that couldn't happen.
"I really don't understand what is happening to us; we the defending champions of the league now fighting at the bottom of the table. Honestly, I'm confused [as to] why we could not get a draw.
"I'm sure we are going to leave the bottom position. We have three outstanding games to play and if we can get nine points from those games, which I think is possible, we will come up a little," he concluded.