Labour Party gubernatorial candidate in Lagos State, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, has expressed his displeasure over the reported cases of violence in some areas of Lagos, as electorates troops out to elect their state leaders.
The LP candidate made this known in a video, where he called on the officials to conduct a peaceful, fair, and credible election.
In his words: “INEC and the police [should] realize that they are provoking Lagosians right now. If tonight Lagos catches fire, it is not our fault. It is because they did not do the right thing. A lot of areas are still under intense attacks by thugs and hooligans of the APC. I call on INEC and the police not to set Lagos on fire.”
“This is a state that houses 22 million people. Having that many people angry because of their disenfranchise is not something Nigeria needs right now,” he added.
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