“I am not a Yoruba man” – Labour Party’s Anthony Chinasa-Abiola clarifies following win in Abia (Video)

The Labour Party candidate Anthony Chinasa-Abiola, who was elected to the Abia state House of Assembly, has denied claims that he is of Yoruba ethnicity.

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Because of the “Abiola” in his name, there have been rumors that Chinasa-Abiola, who won the election to represent Umuahia Central Constituency at the Abia State House of Assembly, is a Yoruba man.

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He has now made it clear that he is not of the Yoruba ethnic group in an interview with TVC.

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He claims that he changed his identity to Abiola in order to support Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the Labour Party’s candidate for governor of Lagos.

According to him, the name Abiola is merely a “nickname” or “guy name” he adopts.

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