It was reported a few hours ago that a very big market in Lagos state was burnt in midnight. This market is a spare parts market where people's businesses are being run and it's a fact that a lot of people have suffered losses from this disaster. It was alleged that this was done by political thugs ahead of the gubernatorial election on Saturday and something similar has been happening for the past few days due to ethnic differences in Lagos state.
Labour party gubernatorial election, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour was spotted at this market a few minutes ago to meet with those who are affected by the disaster. He made it clear that people deserve better and something like this shouldn't be happening when the election is fast approaching.
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour was well received by the people of this market and it's quite surprising that he is the first candidate for the upcoming gubernatorial election that visits this person to console them.
What are your thoughts about this and do you agree that Lagos state has been a tough place since APC lose the presidential election to the labour party?
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