Dino Melaye was accused by Unique motors of having an outstanding debt which was not paid when he bought his Rolls Royce in 2019. This happened days after the lawmaker posted a picture with the car.
The former lawmaker of Kogi Central who is known with exotic cars and other costly wears like Gold watch, Necklace, shoes etc felt Embarrassed after the car dealer alleged him of Owing him when he posted the picture.
The car dealer who alleged Dino Melaye of Owing him commented on the post and said:
@unique.motors, "Sir, You still have outstanding balance to pay unique motors. All effort to reach you and Moses proves abortive. Please pay up sir.
Dino Melaye reacted to the accusation by replying and promised to deal with him through his lawyer.
@Dino Melaye, No be only unique motor! If l am really owing you, you know what to do. Abi na social media you sell the imaginary car? All of una wey dey use my name promote your obscure Buisness...God know una address ooo. But for this unique nonsense my lawyers go reach you. You dial trouble.
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