After voting in his polling unit, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, a Labour Party candidate, was interviewed by Africa Independent Television (AIT).
When asked if he would congratulate his opponent if he lost the election, he replied that he would return soon to collect his certificate of return. He also stated that if the election does not go as he wishes, he will fight until the end because he believes that a credible election is required.
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour expressed that he cannot comment on the credibility of the election until the transmission of the results and that there is already an injunction in place to ensure that INEC follows proper procedures.
He condemned the use of violence in the election, stating that those causing it are suffering and that those using them are taking advantage of their unemployment. He also spoke about his desire to see Lagosians have a better quality of life and how the state has the resources to make that happen.
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour recounted an incident where touts were causing trouble at a polling unit in Ojodu, but he felt safe at the polling unit where he cast his vote, as he believed the will of the people would ultimately prevail. Overall, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour’s statements indicate his determination to fight for a credible election and improve the lives of Lagosians.
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