The Governorship Candidate of the Labour Party has declared that the Labour Party won the election based on results available to polling units agents and also compilations from the situation room.
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the Labour Party’s candidate for governor in Lagos State, has vowed to protect the votes of his supportees in the election that was held on Saturday.
He indicated that he may likely take legal action against the ruling party in the state and reclaim the stolen mandate.
On Sunday, he announced this via a tweet on his Twitter profile.
Some part of his statement reads: “More so, the results from our field agents and situation room indicated that we won this election. I am a champion of the people. We are far from done. Do not lose hope, do not waver.
“This is not over, we have not come this far to accept outright lies, criminality and falsehoods. A fight for freedom is never easily won.”
“Every vote cast for me was done in the face of intimidation and risk of personal harm. Every such vote must count. Defending every one of those votes is a sacred duty. I will defend your votes – this is my vow to every LP voter.”