After Dino Melaye Said God Would Punish Those Asking Him To Leave PDP, See How Nigerians Reacted
By Joshuablog | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 6 views
Senator Dino Melaye took to his twitter account to blast those who are telling him to leave PDP and join APC. His post attracted a lot of mixed reactions from Nigerians.
Senator Dino Melaye just returned from his vacation in Dubai, he posted a couple of photos and videos of places and it went viral.
According to his recent post, Dino Melaye wasn't happy with those telling him to leave PDP, he said that "God would punish those who are asking him to leave PDP," he added that he would never leave his party to join APC. SDM also warned those people coming to him to stop saying that he should leave PDP. Check out his post below
His post went viral and gathered reactions from Nigerians, check out a few of them below
Raphael wrote "I'm sure that you are not the one that wrote this, because politicians can cross carpets anytime so mind what you time, we would remind you"
Do you think SDM can never leave PDP?
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