Last night, the presidential flag bearer of the Labour Party (LP) who lost to Tinubu in the concluded presidential election, Mr. Peter Gregory Obi, has finally spoken about the governorship ambition of Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour.
Mr. Peter Gregory Obi said, "Lagos is a key state in the turnaround of Nigeria. It is a state that requires someone coming from the outside (an outsider) to drive its forces." He added, "I mean, what will our candidate, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, tell the Alumni of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) about the gubernatorial election if he loses?"
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Lastly, Peter Gregory Obi said, "I know what happened to me but I couldn't explain to anyone that I've failed because I later made a success of the situation. I will definitely be backing Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour with prayers as he contests the Governorship seat."What do you think about this?
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