The Lagos State governorship candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour says the ruling party All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) colluded during the governorship election on Saturday.
Rhodes-Vivour, who said this on Twitter, Sunday, alleged that the results published by the INEC have not displayed the aspirations of many residents of Lagos.
He added that it was a slap on the face of democracy.
The LP candidate however hailed Lagosians for their enormous support in the quest to birth a new Nigeria, Rhodes-Vivour popularly known as, GRV, expressed displeasure over violence and gross disenfranchisement of the electorate.
“Firstly, I would like to thank all Lagosians, especially our supporters for coming out to vote yesterday for us. I’m convinced that with you in our corner, a NEW Nigeria is imminent.
“However, I am saddened by the confirmed reports of violence and gross disenfranchisement of voters who only wished to perform their civic duty.
“Attacks on polling units, voters, and our party agents are totally antithetical to what we stand for and what Lagos truly represents.
“Collusion between the ruling party and electoral officials to return the candidate of the APC is a slap on the face of democracy and everyone who came out to vote for us on Saturday,” Rhodes-Vivour wrote.