According to the man, he cannot pray for Tinubu as the President has “destroyed his home.”
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the Labour Party governorship candidate in the 2023 general elections has reacted to a video of a man crying out that the President has destroyed the country.
He warned the man that poverty is not selective of party affiliations when it attacks a group of people.
According to the man, he voted for President Bola Tinubu, but cannot pray for him because he has destroyed the country.
When asked how the President destroyed his home, he said;
‘’If my wife and children have not seen food to eat, is my house not already scattered?''
Reacting to the video, GRV said he expects the APC South West members to reach out to the leaders to understand that “Nigeria is currently hard, people are suffering and that funds should be pulled for social intervention and systematic solutions.”
He went on to say that now is not the time to renovate any Presidential guest house.
''I expect the SW-APC's loud minority to mount pressure on their Whatsapp group admins to then mount pressure on the SA's to mount pressure on their leaders. To let their disconnected leaders understand, Nigeria is hard, People are suffering, funds should be pulled for social intervention and systematic solutions, that reduce food spoilage, delivery time of food produce, health care access and access to credit, Empathy. Now is not the time to renovate presidential guesthouse. The house that sits on bourdillon and Queens drive is more than enough.
Suffering does not speak any language or demand you speak a language. Poverty is not selective of party affiliations. Opposition to nonsense matters. If Opposition did not speak up consistently about the 15-year train project, it would still be a reoccuring pipe dream. Agbadorians do your job, camping on my tweets is not productive, You don't have to like Chinedu to push for empathy for the masses.''