Sanwo-Olu: Becoming hairdresser overnight, going to Computer Village was not campaign—According to Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour

Sanwo-Olu: Becoming hairdresser overnight, going to Computer Village was not campaign—According to Gbadebo Rhodes-VivourThe Labour Party’s nominee for governor of Lagos State in 2023, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, has expressed dissatisfaction with Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu. According to him, Governor Sanwo-Olu has not expressed regret for steering clear of debates prior to the election. He attacked the governor for not actively seeking votes, as other contenders had done.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

In an interview recently shared by The Sun, Rhodes-Vivour mentioned that Sanwo-Olu’s actions, such as briefly working as a hairdresser and visiting Computer Village in Ikeja, did not count as genuine campaigning. He emphasized that other candidates participated in debates, campaigned, and shared their ideas with the voters. According to Rhodes-Vivour, these efforts were essential for voters to understand and choose the best candidate.

In Rhodes-Vivour words: “Becoming a hairdresser overnight was not campaign. Going to Computer Village in Ikeja was not campaign. We saw other candidates coming out for debates, campaigning and selling themselves and their ideas to the electorates”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>