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Lagos State Labour Party Candidate Cannot Speak Yoruba, Yet He Wants To Be The Governor - Fayose

The 25th February presidential election has come and gone, but its ripple effects have continued to affect every other election including the forth coming gubernatorial election. In particular is the massive support gathered by the Labour Party candidate across the nation that gave room for many of the party's candidates to find their ways to the House of Senate and House of Representatives. Hence, all eyes are on Labour Party candidates in a bid to verify if they are capable of the chances ahead of them.

Speaking about the Labour Party governorship candidate of Lagos State on TVC News Channel on Tuesday , Former governor of Ekiti State, Peter Ayo Fayose disclosed that according to his findings, Gbadebo Rhode-Vivour who is representing Labour Party in Lagos State cannot speak Yorubah language.

Speaking on the TVC Channel's Tuesday session of the 'Your View' program, the ex governor who is also an ardent member of the Peoples Democratic Party although he disclosed that he took a break from the party few days ago argued that the candidate of his supposed party, PDP, Mr. Jandor with his running mate, Funke Akindele, are incompetent and should not be entrusted with the government of Lagos State.

And for the Labour Party candidate, he said it is true that he was born in Lagos, but according to his findings, he cannot speak Yorubah language, hence they are planning to hire him an interpreter if peradventure he wins.

For such reasons, he strongly advised that Lagos state should not be left in the hands of a man who cannot relate with the locals. He said it is true that the Labour Party candidates are taking advantage of Obi's victory in Lagos, but it should be known that Lagos is the home for economic excellence of the country and therefore should be managed competently.

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