Lagos State Governorship candidate of the Labour Party, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, has decided to talk about the tenure of Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the governor of Lagos State several years ago.
The politician who spoke about such issue during an interview with Chudeity few hours ago, revealed that the state of Lagos that the ruling APC party's 2023 presidential candidate met was a state that already had all the embassies, banks, ports and international airport, adding that everything that is required for a city to work was already in place.
Speaking further, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour stated that the third mainland bridge had already been built, adding that Nigerians should imaging APC trying to bridge a third mainland bridge when it took them over 16 years to build over 16 kilometers of rail.
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour also revealed that Lagos State was already the commercial capital and just before Bola Tinubu came into power, it was the political capital.
The governorship candidate however revealed that;
"So there was a lot of structures already built that he met. What he now created was the infrastructure to collect money. Now the conversation is, all this money that you've collected over a couple of trillion, it does not translate to the infrastructural development that we see in the state".
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