The Labour Party's candidate for governor in Lagos, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, has stated that he will address the traffic problem in Lagos to help lessen certain minor concerns that sometimes occur in love relationships.
When asked how his government will assist those who are single and those in romantic relationships in government, he responded in this way.
He stressed that the traffic issue has wrecked many relationships and that he will deal with it.
His words: "It is true people don't realize the human side to bad governance, a man is coming back from work, after a 3 hours stressful traffic, and a small arguments with his babe, he start fighting her and beats her, he is a bad man for touching a woman, Yes, I am not making any excuse for domestic violence, don't get me wrong but I am saying life could be more easier if he does not have to deal with traffic."
"Traffic has destroyed relationships, so for us we are going to tackle traffic problem in Lagos"
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