Labour Party Governorship candidate for Lagos State, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour recently revealed why he cannot settle issues or even reach an agreement with PDP Governorship candidate, Jandor. He said this during an interview with Arise News after Oseni Rufai asked him if he is in talking terms with his political opponent.
According to him, he does not see any reason to settle things with Jandor because before that can happen such person has to earn his respect which is not the case for Jandor. He went further to reveal that the main reason why he cannot reach an agreement with Jandor is because there is no honour in his words. He made it clear that if Jandor tells our leaders that he wants to do something, he will come on Television to deny saying such which makes his words watery.
He said, "I don't see the point settling things with Jandor because if i want to get past something I must respect you. I must also believe there is honour in your words.
"If i hear you say to our leaders that this is what you want to do and then you come on TV to deny your words. On what basis will I reach an agreement with you when your words are watery?".
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