Earlier this morning, former Kogi state Senator, Senator Dino Melaye took to his Facebook page to express his feelings about life.
He posted a picture of himself standing in front of the stair case of his mansion with a caption "Life is for the living".
This however generated mixed reactions among his fans.
While some of his fans felt the same way with him and showered him with praises, some other took a swipe at the former senator for not taking a little time to commensurate with the family of the late young fighter jet pilot that hail from his constituency.
Recall that the late flying officer, Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile, was born to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Arotile who hail from Ijumu Local Government Area of Kogi state.
Many Nigerian dignitaries have reacted to the death of late young pilot and many have sent their condolences to the bereaved family.
A fan of the former senator said that he's been childish with his post while another person likened him to Hush puppy and mompha for displaying his wealth to the eyes of the public.
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