Oyekale believes that had the officiating been fair, the tie would not have gone to penalties, claiming they would have won in regulation time.
He was full of praise for the way his charges performed in Minna, insisting they have justified their brilliant run in the National League.
"I think we had a great game, but the referee was out to frustrate us," he told supersport.com.
"He appeared to lose control with Dominic Iorfa on the touchline always shouting at him.
"He (Iorfa) was complaining about everything, even the match ball and perhaps this unsettled the referee because he made many odd decisions.
"Lobi's goal was clearly offside, but my boys continued to play well and got the equaliser.
"We had genuine calls for penalties that were ignored, and though we lost on penalty shootout, I'm proud of my players performance.
“Being a National League side, nobody gave us a chance, but my players acquitted themselves very well.
"We have justified being among the top teams in our section of the National League, and I hope it ends in promotion as we've had a wonderful season."
Crown are 3rd in National League, Group B with 38 points from 23 matches.