Mr. Rhodes-Vivour, the father of Labour Party Governorship candidate, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, has reacted to the rumour that his son is Igbo.
There have been a rumour and misconceptions on social media that the Labour party candidate contesting for Lagos State Governorship election, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour is an Igbo man because his mother is Igbo and his father is Yoruba, his father has broken silence now.
In a channels television press conference, Mr. Rhodes-Vivour was asked to talk about the rumour that his son is Igbo, he said back to two three weeks ago, they were updated with an issue of lies and Fabrications all kinds of propaganda that actually shocked them, sometimes you hear something they said about you and you begin to pinch yourself and ask is this really true, you start to doubt yourself.
In a video shared, Mr. Rhodes-Vivour said he had to do a video to debunk the claims, he had to do a video that traced back to their lineage of all the lawyers to 100 years back, every generation they had a doctor and a lawyer, he said. What are your thoughts on this?
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