Abdulazeez Olajide Adediran, more commonly referred to as Jandor, the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) candidate for governor of Lagos State, has stated that Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, a candidate from the Labor Party (LP), cannot win the March 18 gubernatorial election.
Adediran spread the word about this while highlighting at the Emerge television News morning show on Wednesday.
He revealed that Igbo people in Lagos also voted heavily for the LP presidential candidate, Peter Obi, based on their ethnicity and religion.
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“They said this is our own and that we would vote for Peter Obi, and that is why he won in Lagos. Adediran stated, “Obi won because the majority of our PDP members voted for him based on ethnicity and religion.”
He continued, “If you look at the markets that are dominated by Igbo people like Ojo, Amuwo, Ajeromi, and parts of Oshodi-Isolo, Labour Party and Obi won because of ethnicity that we are going to vote our own.”
Adediran boasted that he would win the governorship election on Saturday because he is more popular than Rhodes-Vivour and because all PDP members will vote for him.