The Labour Party governorship candidate, Gbadebo Rhodes Vivour had a conversation with Daddy Freeze on his live Instagram page, and a lot of people were watching and listening to their conversation. Gbadebo Rhodes Vivour introduced himself as an architect by profession and a politician by passion.
He went further to say that he graduated from MIT, which happens to be one of the best school in the world. Daddy Freeze asked him if he has people that can identify him in MIT and he said yes. Gbadebo Rhodes Vivour said that his programme in MIT isn't a one or two weeks programme, he spent 3 and half years in MIT, so definitely will can identify him.
Daddy Freeze went further to explain to his fans online who Gbadebo Rhodes Vivour is, and he said that he's a reputable man and he studied a relevant course outside the country. He did his masters in university of Lagos and he studied political science. He was asked a question and Gbadebo Rhodes Vivour said that most problems in Nigeria can be corrected by good leadership.
He also told Daddy Freeze that he will look into the agricultural sector as well if he finally wins the forthcoming governorship election. Click here to watch and listen to their conversation. Kindly share your thoughts via the comment section below.
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