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Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour condemns political violence and arson in Lagos State.

The Labour Party's gubernatorial candidate in Lagos State, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, recently visited the Ajegunle-based Igbo square-part market that was set ablaze by hoodlums.

He condemned the politically motivated violence and arson, and stressed the importance of peaceful coexistence and non-violent politics in Lagos. In his tweet, he expressed his disappointment at the incident and stated that politics should be about ideas, not violence.

Rhodes-Vivour encouraged the people of Ajegunle not to be intimidated by the violent act and pledged to rebuild together. He emphasized the significance of harmony and cooperation in Lagos, and cautioned against fanning the flames of ethnic tension.

He called on all political actors to prioritize the lives and livelihoods of the people and warned against threatening or destroying places for having differing political choices. He reiterated that no political ambition is worth the lives or livelihood of the people.

Many have applauded Rhodes-Vivour's visit to the site of the inferno as a display of leadership and empathy in the face of adversity. The incident highlights the need for peaceful and non-violent politics in Lagos, and the urgency of preventing such acts of violence in the future. Rhodes-Vivour's message of hope and unity has been well received by many, and his call for an end to political violence should be heeded by all political actors

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Ajegunle Ajegunle-based Labour Party Lagos Lagos State


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