Dino Melaye, a former Kogi State senator and governorship candidate, for the occasion of the lying in state of Prof Matthew Ajibero, a former Rector of the Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja, who passed on on August 25, visited Kabba, one of the constituencies he represented, while he was in the National Assembly.
From two of the photos he shared on his Facebook social media page, it can be 'deduced' that the distinguished former senator, Dino Melaye, who represented Kogi West Senatorial district in the 8th National Assembly, is still loved by members of the constituency, as they throng around him at his arrival.
At the funeral service, also gracing the occasion with Dino Melaye was former Kogi State governor, Ibrahim Idris, whom the former Kogi West Senatorial district representative was privileged to have a photo session with.
And on a philanthropic note, Dino Melaye, purportedly after the funeral service, was pictured counting some 200 denomination Naira bills, probably to release to those who came around.
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