Rhodes-Vivour's Wife Bows To Pressure After Social Media Attack, Thanks Husband For Settling Debt - The Top Society

Rhodes-Vivour’s Wife Bows To Pressure After Social Media Attack, Thanks Husband For Settling Debt

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Ifeyinwa Rhodes, the wife of former governorship candidate of the Labour Party in Lagos State, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour has tendered a heartfelt apology to an ex-worker who called her out recently for not paying his salaries.

Top Society reports that an X user, Chika Jones, on Monday called out Ify Rhodes-Vivour over alleged debt for over eight months.

Jones, who worked as a writer and social media manager for Afroscientric.com, a project owned by Rhodes-Vivour’s wife, said he was owed for several months and eventually not paid.

Jones said he tried to reach out to Mr Rhodes-Vivour for intervention but got no response.

He also said he did not bring the issue up in the build-up to the 2023 elections because he did not want it to be politicised.

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Reacting to the issue via a post on his X handle on Tuesday, Rhodes-Vivour noted that he has paid Jones’s outstanding salaries.

The LP chieftain also applauded Chika for his understanding and willingness to move forward and also thanked him for his support during the campaigns.

Reacting to her husband’s benevolence and intervention, née Aniebo tendered a public apology saying  she should have handled things differently.

She also thanked her husband for settling her debt and for being kind and patient with her.

She wrote:

“I have taken time out to reflect and now it’s clear to me I should have handled events differently. It didn’t have to come this far and i sincerely apologize.

“This is a teachable moment for me and i strongly appreciate the constructive criticisms. I will handle things better going forward.

“That said, @GRVlagos, oko mi! I know I don’t do this enough but I’m incredibly lucky to have you. Thank you for being kind, patient, and loving. My knight in shining armour

“Forget all this ‘shalaye’ on the timeline, you’re eating well this week – and I’d also be on the menu.”




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