There is a desperate plot by APC to assassinate my character, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour cries out
Labour Party (LP) governorship candidate in Lagos State, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour has alleged attempts by the All Progressives Congress (APC) to assassinate his character.
He said he was tipped off by a credible source in the intelligence community about a desperate attempt to frame him and malign his character.
He said the plan was to burn another market, pretend to make arrests, and have those arrested make fake confessional statements implicating him in the inferno.
In his words, “The architects of this grand conspiracy are convinced that such a damning confessional statement would incite the public against me and save the candidate of the APC from a humiliating defeat this Saturday.”
“Thankfully, some patriotic citizens in the intelligence community have taken great discomfort to reveal such an evil and clandestine plot.
“It is rather unfortunate that a party that claims to have a candidate with so much experience and competence has resorted to crude and medieval tactics to win re-election.” Instead of campaigning on policies, programs, and projects that have impacted citizens’ lives, they are fanning the flames of ethnic bigotry and relying on a vicious propaganda machine to spread lies, hate, and fear.
“Their deceit notwithstanding, the people of Lagos can see through their selfish desperation to hold onto power.” Lagosians now know that the APC will do anything to keep power just to cover their shady dealings, protect their cronies, and continue to live outlandishly on the commonwealth of the people. And as Chief Bode George announced to the world yesterday in a press conference, these evil people have now placed a bounty on my head.
“But my eyes are firmly set on the hills, and from the depths have I drawn much strength to persevere against the onslaught of the enemies.” For on Saturday, there shall be a deliverance of a people, a liberation of minds, and the rebirth of a great city. a city where dreams become reality and great potentials are made manifest. I’m the architect of a new Lagos, a departure from the old order.
“Together, we can build the Lagos of our dreams.” It is possible,