"I Don't Trust Anyone, Even You!" Former Senator Dino Melaye
By CentsUpdates.c | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1606 views
Former senator Dino melaye who was representing kogi west senatorial District, popularly called and known as the "Dancing Senator" ,on a picture he posted on his Instagram page,has explained that he trust no one,in the picture which was captioned " I don't trust anyone even you!!!" He is seen in a car wearing a customized cap which read "SDM" meaning "senator Dino melaye" although it isn't directed to anybody,but what is unknown here is the part that he wrote "even you"
Dino Melaye is a Nigerian politician, a Senator and was a member of the 8th Nigerian National Assembly, representing Kogi West Senatorial district. Dino is a member of the People’s Democratic Party.
In 2015 he defected to All Progressives Congress (APC) but returned to PDP in the buildup to 2019 elections after months of political struggle with Kogi State governor.
He was the Chairman Senate Committee on Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja. And briefly the Senate Committee Chairman on Aviation in Nigeria.
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