Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour Biography, Age, Wife, Mother, Full Name, Tribe, Education

Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour Biography —  Gbadebo Chinedu Rhodes-Vivour, also known as GRV,  is a Nigerian architect, activist and politician.

Born on 8 March 1983, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour is the gubernatorial candidate of the Labour Party (LP) in the 2023 upcoming 2023 Lagos State in Nigeria.

He was the senatorial candidate of the People’s Democratic Party for Lagos West senatorial district in 2019 Nigerian Senate election.

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Full Name:           Gbadebo Chinedu Rhodes-Vivour

Date of Birth:                            8 March 1983 

Age:                                                       40

Place of Birth:                             Lagos Island, Lagos

State:                                             Lagos State

Nationality:                                     Nigerian

Alma Mater:                  University of Nottingham, MIT,

Occupation:                 Architect, Politician, Activist

Parents:                     Olawale Rhodes-Vivour (father)

Mother:                                    Nkechi Rhodes-Vivour

Political Party:                                  Labour Party

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Wife:                                         Ifeyinwa Aniebo (m.2013)

Relatives:  William Vivour (great-Great-great grandpa

Great-Grand Father:    Steven Bankole Rhodes Vivour

Grandfather:                        Akinwunmi Rhode-Vivour

Uncle:                                                Bode Rhode-Vivour

Tribe:                                                             Yoruba

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Born in Lagos Island, Lagos State, Gbadebo Rode-Vivour grew up in Ikeja. Rhodes-Vivour is from a family of lawyers. His father is Barrister Olawale while his mother is Mrs Nkechi Rhodes-Vivour. It is also important to state that GRV father is Yoruba while his mother  is Igbo by tribe.

Former justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, Bode Rhodes-Vivour is his uncle.  Also his grandfather is late Judge Akinwunmi Roses-Vivour. He is the great-grand son to the second ever indigenous judge appointed in Nigeria, Steven Bankole Rhodes.

GRV attended Chrisland primary and secondary school before to Paris, France. After his family relocated, Gbadebo attended Ecol Artive Berlin, where he completed his secondary education.

Education

After his secondary education, Gbadebo bagged a bachelor degree in Architecture from University of Nothingham. He has master degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

After completing his Masters Degree, he served the compulsory National Youth Service Corp in 2008. Later, he bagged another Masters Degree in Research and Public Policy from the University of Lagos (UNILAG).

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Career

Before venturing in to politics, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour worked with Franklin Ellis Architects when he was in the UK. But on returning to Nigeria, he worked with SISA, Cliff Consulting now called Building Partnership CCP and Patrick Wayi.

Political Career

Starting his political career in 2017, Rhodes-Vivour contested the Ikeja Local Government Area chairmanship under the KOWA party but lost candidate of the incumbent APC.

Again in 2019, contested for the senate seat to represent Lagos west under the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).  This time, he came second in the final polls, losing to the incumbent senator and contestant under All Progressive Congress (APC)  candidate Adeola Yayi Olamilekanola by 243,516 votes to Adeola’s 323,817.

This results were challenged in court by GRV, citing electoral violations and violence. However,  he lost the case in court.

GRV is Labour party gubernatorial candidate for the upcoming  2023 Lagos state gubernatorial elections. Initially, he was supposed to contest under PDP but polled out before primaries.

Immediately after leaving PDP, he moved to Labour Party while contesting for the party’s governorship primaries. He came out , getting 111 votes, to defeat former All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain Moshood Salvador, who got 102 votes.

Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour Wife & Personal life

Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour wife & personal life Gbadebo Chinedu Rhodes-Vivour AKA GRV is married to Dr. Ify Rhodes-Vivour (née Aniebo). The couple celebrated their 10 wedding anniversary this year. 

Aside being a politician and a family man, GRV enjoys reading and sailing.

Social Media

Follow Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour (GRV ) on all social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @grvlagos

 

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