Senator Dino Melaye has finally spoken after a certain car dealer accused him of owing them an outstanding balance. Recall that after Dino Melaye flaunted his Rolls Royce on Social media, a car dealer with business name 'Unique Motors, accused the former senator of owing them balance of a car he bought from them. They also said that every effort to reach him has proved abortive.
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Reacting to this, Senator Dino Melaye asked the dealer if they sell their imaginary car on social media. He concluded by assuring the car dealer that his lawyer will reach out to them.
"No be only unique motor ! If l am really owing you, you know what to do. Abi na social media you sell the imaginary car? All of una wey dey use my name promote your obscure Buisness...God know una address ooo. But for this unique nonsense my lawyers go reach you. You dial trouble", Dino Melaye said.
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