Senator Dino Melaye, a former senator and a member of the 8th Nigeria National assembly representing Kogi west senatorial district, has complained bitterly about his interview that was cancelled by the Arise TV for the second time.
He made this known on Sunday, 18th of July 2021 via his verified Twitter page.
Arise TV, one of the broadcasting limited in Nigeria which was owned by the Nigerian media mogul Nduka Obaigbena has cancelled their interview with Senator Dino Melaye and this is happening for the second time.
Senator Dino tweeted that " I have just been called that situation beyond control, that my interview on Arise will not hold again. This is the 2nd time this is happening. We know what is happening and l will not honour any call from Arise TV again. It is a shame."
He proved that he knew the reason behind the cancellation but he didn't disclose it. He regarded the situation as a big shame on the Arise TV and promised not to honour any interview from them again.
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