Yabel Muhammad The All Progressive Congress (APC) in Lagos has called on the police and other law enforcement agencies to fail to invite Labor gubernatorial candidate Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour for questioning over alleged calls for anarchy and incitement in the March 18 polls. Party spokesman, Hon. Seye Oladejo also raised concerns about LP candidates refusing to stay sober because of their unvarnished hatred, religious bigotry and tribal rhetoric. He advised Gbadebo to begin his healing process,…"Lagos APC calls out law enforcement agencies for not inviting Rhodes-Vivour over inciting speech –"
Alobanglo, Israel In counterattack, Labor’s standard-bearer in Saturday’s gubernatorial election, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour (GRV), said there would never be a cure without justice in the wake of election violence that derailed polls in the state. This comes after Bola Tinubu called for post-election rehabilitation. But, in a swift response, the LP candidate said his party would explore all available legal options to address alleged injustices that have hurt the state’s governorship and parliamentary polls. At his…"LP’s Rhodes-Vivour rubbishes Tinubu’s ‘healing’ remarks –"
Author: Aliyu Abdulkareem Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the Lagos state Labor Party gubernatorial candidate, has declared that the results released by INEC in the just-concluded gubernatorial election on Saturday did not represent the wishes of the majority of Lagosians. He made this known in a tweet on his Twitter page on Sunday. He said: “First of all, I would like to thank all Lagosians, especially our supporters, who came out and voted for us yesterday. I believe…"I am convinced INEC results don’t represent Lagosians wishes — Rhodes-Vivour –"
The All Progressive Congress (APC) has warned Labor gubernatorial candidate Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour of his “if Lagos is on fire tonight” statement on Saturday, calling on police to arrest him amid riots in Lagos. Rhodes-Vivour commented on the progress of the state’s gubernatorial election. APC publicity secretary Seye Oladejo in Lagos warned LP candidates in a statement on Saturday, describing GRV as unsportsmanlike losers. According to Oladejo, “The All Progressive Congress (APC) has taken note of…"Hold Rhodes-Vivour responsible if Lagos catches fire – APC tells police –"
Lagos Labor gubernatorial candidate Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour has expressed sympathy for victims of attacks in the state’s gubernatorial and House elections on Saturday. Voter intimidation by alleged political thugs has been reported in many parts of the state during elections. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) postponed elections at 10 polling stations in the state’s Victoria Garden City (VGC) region until Sunday morning amid concerns that members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) deployed to…"Labour Party’s Rhodes-Vivour condemns attack on Lagos voters –"
Rachel Omidigi Labor gubernatorial candidate Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour called on INEC and Nigerian police not to set fire to Lagos. Badbo warned on his social media about voter intimidation and his concerns about voters. Badbo called on the Independent National Electoral Commission and Nigerian police to intervene urgently before the situation spirals out of control. “If Lagos catches fire tonight, it’s not our fault; they didn’t do the right thing. There is still time for INEC…"Don’t set Lagos on fire —Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour tells INEC, Police –"
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, Labor Party (LP) Candidate for Governor of Lagos, arrives at polling station Oshifila/Abule Igbira 045 in Anifowose, Ikeja. He was certified and voted a few minutes before 10:00 am. Gbadebo is running alongside incumbent governors Babajide Sanwo-Olu of the All Progressive Congress Party (APC) and Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran (Jandor) of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP). You shouldn’t miss these headlines nigerian tribune Governor poll: Lagos, Oyo, Nasarawa, Rivers, Delta, Kaduna and five others…"LP guber candidate, Rhodes-Vivour votes at Ikeja polling unit –"
‘It’s appalling to say Lagos is no man’s land’ —Rhodes-Vivour slams inflammatory remarks ahead of polls –
Lagos state Labor gubernatorial candidate Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour has waded into tribalism discussions about the status of indigenous people in the state. Rhodes-Vivour made the clarification in an interview with AriseTV on Thursday. Ahead of Saturday’s polls, the populace was divided into tribes, some of whom said Lagos was a no-man’s land because of its cosmopolitan nature. In this context, insults have emerged across party and tribal lines, prompting responses from LP candidates. Calling Lagos a…"‘It’s appalling to say Lagos is no man’s land’ —Rhodes-Vivour slams inflammatory remarks ahead of polls –"
Bola Badmus – Lagos A team of legal practitioners representing Mr. Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the Labor Party (LP) gubernatorial candidate in Lagos state, has rejected claims by former gubernatorial candidate Ifagbemi Awamaridi that he is the true party standard-bearer recognized by the courts in the state’s upcoming 2023 general elections . A team of lawyers including Olagbade Benson, Uchechukwu Ani and Kemi Afesojaye clarified at a news conference in the state’s Ilupeju district on Monday that…"Rhodes-Vivour remains authentic Lagos LP gov candidate, says legal team –"
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the Lagos State Labor Party gubernatorial candidate, has expressed confidence that Nigerian youth are on the verge of taking over the government and creating the country of their dreams. Speak at a session labeled “Youth Spot” Ikeja On Thursday, Rhodes-Vivour said a new Lagos would give birth to a new Nigeria. Rhodes-Vivour spoke of the need for political change in Nigeria, saying that once young people take over Lagos, the flames of a…"Lagos will birth new Nigeria —LP guber candidate, Rhodes-Vivour –"