“I am consistent; you can call me Peter Jr.” – GRV speaks on ancestry and on how Peter Obi inspires him
- He said that he inspires him to be a better politician and wouldn’t mind to be referred to as Peter Jr.
Famous Labour Party Governorship candidate, Gbadebo Rhodes-ViVour has addressed the controversy surrounding his ancestry as he speaks on how Peter Obi inspires him.
The guber candidate in an interview said that most of the people criticizing him are not real indigenes of Lagos; he cited how its past and present governor aren’t indigenes.
According to him, the former Lagos state governor, Bola Ahmed Tinubu is an indigene of Iragbiji while the present governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu is from Ijebu.
Gbadebo Rhodes-ViVour stated that his ancestry, which is beyond dispute, dates back to 200 plus years and he could easily present receipts of four generations.
He dismissed those peddling rumours about him as being petty, adding that they’re doing so because they do not have anything better to demarket him with.
Speaking on the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, he described him as a principled man who stands by his word.
He said that he inspires him to be a better politician and wouldn’t mind to be referred to as Peter Jr.