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Video: The Moment Gbadebo Was Asked If It Was Possible To Win An Election Without Playing Dirty

Gbadebo Chinedu is a Nigerian architect, activist, and politician by the name of Patrick Rhodes-Vivour, also referred to as GRV. In the 2023 election for governor of Lagos State, he ran as the candidate of the Labour Party. He came in second place and lost to Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the outgoing governor. For the Lagos West senatorial district in the 2019 Senate elections, he was the People's Democratic Party's choice for the position of senator.

Seun Okinbaloye and Gbadebo were speaking in the interview. During which he responded to some inquiries.

Is winning an election in Nigeria conceivable without using unfair means?

"By accomplishing it in 2023, Peter Obi, in my opinion, has demonstrated to us that it is doable. By God's grace, I think the legal process will support my claim. As soon as he entered, the system was completely upset.

"According to my opinion, engaging in so-called "dirty politics" is required if you want to enter politics and play the game as it is now being played. It will be necessary for you to compromise both the police and the person who compromised INEC. To combat the neighborhood boys who came to disenfranchise voters, you'll need to enlist the help of your own local boys.

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Labour Party Lagos West People 's Democratic Party Senate Seun Okinbaloye


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