The former senator that represented the good people of Kogi West Senatorial Zone and a Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Senator Dino Melaye, has taken to his verified Twitter page to share a video of a video, says the All Progressive Congress (APC) should settle those people they hired for a rally.
As Nigerians and all the political parties in the country are preparing for the 2023 elections, Dino Melaye took to his microblogging, Twitter, to share a video where some people were seen demanding their money from a man suspected to have hired them for a rally.
Dino Melaye made it known in his microblogging, Twitter to allege that the All Progressive Congress (APC) should settle the people they hired for a rally.
Dino Melaye concluded his statement by saying that after all, they will claim a mega rally.
In the tweet shared by Dino Melaye, he wrote below:
"APC make una settle people hired for rally na .. .after them go say mega crowd."
Watch the video by clicking the link below:
What's your take on what Dino Melaye wrote? Kindly drop your opinions and thoughts in the comment section below.
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