Nigerian politician and former senator Dino Melaye has been spotted in a video hailing Orji Uzor Kalu, the former governor of Abia State. The two big-time politicians were seen having a lovely moment in a private jet when Dino Melaye started hailing the former governor.
Dino who was seen with excitement all over his face in the video said that their movement in a private jet is the life that should be enjoyed. He said life and enjoyment are for the living and so should be enjoyed to the fullest.
He told Orji that they should use the moment of being in a private jet to forget some of their problems and enjoy the moment. In quote;
"This is the life, this is the life oh!
Life is for the living, let's forget our problems for a while, let's enjoy life
You're the man OUK, you're the man"
Dino still excited about his enjoyment rebuked the spirit of poverty and ordered that the white chef should bring more salad for him and the governor to relish.
Credit: Instagram/Linda Ikeji
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