The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos has called out the police and other law enforcement agencies for failing to invite the governorship candidate of the Labour Party, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, for questioning for allegedly calling for anarchy and incitement over the March 18 poll.
Spokesman of the Party, Hon. Seye Oladejo also expressed concern over the refusal of LP candidate to be sober for his unpretentious hate, religious bigotry and tribal rhetoric.
He advised Gbadebo to begin his healing process by tendering unreserved apologies to all Lagosians for attempting to desecrate the land, needless bloodletting and an unprovoked insults to the ancestors.
He said, “It’s baffling that rather than tender profuse apologies to Lagosians whose sensibilities he assaulted in the months leading to the elections by campaigning on unpretentious hate, religious bigotry and tribal rhetoric, he has refused to be sober and still has the effrontery to play the victim.
“It’s baffling that the law enforcement agencies have not invited him for questioning for his incitement and call for anarchy because he lost an election.
“We found it amazing that his understanding of justice and fairness is when he wins an election by merely leveraging on opportunism and unsustainable spur of the moment.
“During the electioneering campaign, Lagosians laboured in vain to identify his selling points, pedigree and the substance of his manifestos.
“The reality remains that a campaign based on blind, uninformed and bitter criticism of the ruling party without a credible alternative could only end in failure.
“It was convenient to ignore incidents of violent attacks and killings of the APC supporters across the state and play the victim by allegedly visiting unidentifiable and unverifiable patients.
“For Chinedu, his healing process should start by tendering unreserved apologies to all Lagosians for his attempt to desecrate the land, needless blood letting, unprovoked insults to the ancestors and an attempted civilian coup by claiming victory like his principal after being roundly defeated.”
He continued, “We may, however, understand your plight for misunderstanding the religious rites that has being a periodical ceremony to ensure peace and harmony in our dear state after all you do not ‘ think in yoruba’.
“We chose to ignore his disrespect and disdain for traditional rulers and institutions by his utterances and postures.”