Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the governorship candidate of Labour Party in the 2023 election, has stated that Olukayode Ezekiel Salako, a former Lagos State Chairman of the party is a bipolar patient.
Rhodes-Vivour made this known in a post on his verified Twitter handle on Tuesday, noting that his condition is used by others to manipulate him for political gain.
“I am very empathetic when it comes to mental health conditions and I do take it very seriously. As a result, I will not be responding to Kayode Salako because I know for a fact that he is Bi-Polar. Sadly, this condition is used by others to manipulate him for political gain. I wish him well and hope he gets the medical attention he needs. #obidients #grvcares2023 #ourlagos #itsPOssible,” he wrote.
Salako, a former Lagos State Chairman of the party, had stated that Rhodes-Vivour ran his campaign “like a sadist and a miserable schoolboy in politics”.
Salako who made this known in a statement issued on Sunday described the Rhodes-Vivour as characterless, adding that he would have messed up Lagos and set its progress back by 10 years if he had won.
He said all of them in the party were committed and passionately involved when the party won the presidential election in Lagos State on February 25.
He, however, noted that on March 18, it was more of only Rhodes-Vivour, “his #EndSARS/few Obidient people and the emergency friends he imported from abroad at the tail end of the project”.
“With what I know about him, he would have simply come to mess up Lagos and set its progress 10 years behind. That guy is characterless! Honestly, the person who trained him didn’t do a good job.
“He is so mannerless, mentally arrogant, proud, full of himself, very deceptive, self-centered, childish; mean-hearted, unforgiving, operationally vindictive and immature in almost everything.”
He said he made a mistake by working for Rhodes-Vivour to be the governorship candidate of the party but that God “corrected the mistake”.
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