Former Senator representing kogi Central, Senator Dino Melaye has replied a car dealer by the name "unique. Motors", who accused him of not paying up the debt he owed over his Rolls Royce. The allegation came while Dino was flaunting The exotic car on his Facebook page.
The senator had earlier posted the picture of the car on his Facebook page, and the Car Dealer made a comment which reads; " sir, you still have outstanding balance to pay unique Motors. All effort to reach you and Moses prove abortive. Pls pay up sir".
Reacting to the allegation , Dino Melaye vows to deal with the Car Dealer as he(Dino) maintained that, he wasn't owing anyone. In his words , he said ; " No be only unique Motors! If 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 the promote your obscure business... God knows una address o. But for this unique nonsense, my lawyer go reach you. You dial trouble".
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