Ahead of the next Saturday's governorship election in Lagos State, the Labour Party's Governorship Candidate in Lagos State, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, has noted that they will continue to respect the traditional institution in Yoruba land, as indigenous people of Lagos.
According to a tweet he made on his twitter handle, Mr Rhodes-Vivour disclosed that he was accompanied by his father and his team to visit and pay their respect to the Oba of Lagos, noting that as indigenous Lagosians, they will always respect and revere their traditional rulers.
Speaking further, the Lagos State Labour Party's Governorship Candidate made it known that he is looking forward to working with them, in other to build a better Lagos State.
Lately, there have been series of speculations that Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour is not a true or real Lagosian. But from all indications, he has proven them wrong, by making this visit to the Oba's palace. Be it as it may, Nigerians are waiting till next Saturday, so as to see how it will all end.
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