Dino Melaye, who is a Nigerian politician, a former Senator, and an active member of the 8th Nigerian National Assembly representing Kogi West Senatorial district, has taken to the social media platform to reveal that he had never asked the public to stop posting pictures of himself with the internet fraudster, Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, popularly known as Hushpuppi.
It could be recalled that Dino Melaye had come under attack after a photo of himself and Hushpuppi surfaced on different social media platform, however, the outstanding politician has revealed that there is no reason why he would ask people to stop circulating the pictures as there is nothing to hide.
According to his words, he said, "there was never a time I asked people not to post my pictures with Hushpuppi or anyone for that matter because there is no reason to. Am a political celebrity, please continue posting jare. Wetin bird chop na I'm e go carry fly. SDM".
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There have been mixed reaction on Instagram as many Nigerians took to the comment box to share their thoughts.
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