Nigerian politician and former Senator representing Kogi West Senatorial district Dino Melaye, has taken to his official social media page (Instagram) to send an open message to President Muhammadu Buhari, as he calls for urgent measures to be taken in other to improve the country’s economy.
(Dino Melaye and President Buhari)
According to Dino Melaye, the current economic situation in the country, has affected the masses, as he urged President Buhari to do something, as he claimed there is an immense ‘lamentation’ on the streets.
“President Buhari, you may not know, there is a big lamentation on the street. People are hungry and the economy is giving excruciating pains to the masses. Do something before the people do something.” Dino Melaye’s official social media post reads.
Regarded as one of Nigeria’s most vocal politician, Dino Melaye mostly uses his social media handle to share his personal opinion on politics and also showcases the flashy lifestyle.
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