Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour Launches Platform For Embattled Election Victims

The Labour Party Governorship Candidate In Lagos State, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, Has Disclosed There Was No Election In Lagos State.

22nd March 2023 03:47 PM

In the wake of the 2023 gubernatorial election that took place in 28 states in Nigeria, the Lagos State governorship candidate of Labour Party (LP), Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, has launched a platform that would be used to store pictures, hospital bills and police reports of those that were attacked during the election process in the state.

Revealing his plan toward showing love and empathy for those that sustained injuries during the election, Rhodes-Vivour noted that the GRV care 2023 platform would also stand as an evidence bank, in the pursuit of justice for those he claimed were victimized during the voting process.

He made this known while briefing reporters in Lekki, Lagos, as he alleged that sponsored thugs carried out violence against the people of Lagos during the election, saying that if electorates in Lagos don’t stand up for what is right, the ugly trend would continue, and would one day affect everybody.

“I thank Lagosians for their courage for making decisions based on hope and resisting fear. Our message was about empathy, love, good governance that is open and accountable. Yesterday I spent my day visiting victims of Saturday's state backed terrorism and violence from Abuleado to Surulere, Apapa and Ikeja,” Gbadebor said.

 The face of Labour Party in Lagos, stated that his legal team would fight the result of the 18th March gubernatorial election declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), revealing that they have video evidences of the alleged violence and thuggery that took place in various polling units across the state.

Rhodes-Vivour said “We have launched the platform GRV cares 2023 and anyone who has suffered violence should upload their picture, hospital bills and police report and we will help towards offsetting these bills.

He therefore revealed that his legal team is making a list of people that perpetrated evil in different polling units and wards in the state, noting that none of them would go unpunished.

Gbadebo further added that information from Labour Party’s situation room for the gubernatorial election in Lagos State, showed that the party had over 9 hundred thousand votes, as he called on the silent majority to speak out, noting that silence means that they have accepted defeat.

Access24 Correspondent, Deji Ogunsola reports that the Gbadebo urged the President of the appeal court to choose incorruptible judges that would rule over cases related to election irregularities in Nigeria.