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Chief Femi Fani Kayode, an All Progressive Congress (APC) chieftain, released a statement on Monday via his Twitter handle about the Labour Party Lagos State Governorship Candidate, Rhodes-Vivour. He stated that he respects the Rhodes-Vivour family because they are one of Lagos State's oldest and most distinguished families. Chief Femi Fani Kayode, on the other hand, stated that what the Labour Party's Lagos State Governor Candidate has become is embarrassing. This was declared by FFK as a result of Rhodes-participation Vivour's in the Endsars protest, which resulted in the destruction of both government and public properties in Lagos State.
"I have respect for the Rhodes-Vivour family, one of the oldest and most prominent indigenous family of Lagos state, but what their son Gbadebo, the Labour Party Governorship candidate for Lagos state, has become is embarrassing," he said, quoting Femi Fani Kayode's original words.
The original comment made by Femi Fani Kayode via his Twitter account is screenshotted below;
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