Nigerian politician and former Senator representing Kogi West Senatorial district Dino Melaye, took to his official social media handle to call on the general public to disregard the viral photo of him which claimed he invested in an online trading company.
According to Dino Melaye, the claims are false, as he doesn’t have any form of connection whatsoever with the investment company, as he described them as ‘fraud’. Dino Melaye, is regarded as one of Nigeria’s most vocal and active politician on social media, as he uses his platform to discuss matters relating to Nigerian politics and economy.
“419, I did not invest anything here. General public take note.” Dino Melaye’s official social media post reads.
However, fans took to Dino’s comment section to share their opinion as, they thanked the former Senator for his post which is aimed at exposing fraudsters.
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