The Labour Party governorship candidate in Lagos state, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, has responded to those criticizing him for not being able to speak Yoruba language fluently.
Gbadebo addressed the lingering criticism during an interview with Arise TV on Sunday, March 12.
He said he schooled abroad for long, hence his inability to speak Yoruba fluently. He added that though he understands Yoruba, he has hired a Yoruba language teacher to help him get better.
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