Senator Dino Melaye, who is representing Kogi west, has recently raised serious allegation against the Kogi state government claiming it tried to assassinate him in his country home.
The senator in a tweet on Friday, October 12, claimed two mobile policemen, and members of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad besieged his hometown home in Aiyetoro Gbede.
Dino Melaye claimed he has evidence of the alleged assassination and vowed to write to the International Criminal Court and the UN.
“2 i/c mopol,OC SARS & 2 1/c SARS and 3 full load of policemen ilegally arranged by ADC to Kogi State Governor came to my country home in Aiyetoro Gbede to possibly assasinate me at 1am. I have profound evidence of this. I will take them up on this. I will write the UN and ICC.”
Meanwhile, the Senator has denied receiving any invitation from the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) over a protest embarked upon by members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) recently.
Melaye was supposed to appear before the police on Monday, October 8, after the police alleged that he and some others clashed with men of the law enforcement agency during the protest to the headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Abuja.
Dino Melaye, Senator representing Kogi West, who is known for his characters in the National Assembly has lambasted his party, the All Progressives Congress, APC.
Melaye, who is the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Federal Capital Territory, FCT, in a remix version of Idris Abdulkareem’s famous track, described the party as ” scatter scatter and Jaga Jaga.”
The lawmaker in a post on his Instagram page wrote: “APC scatter scatter, everything Jaga jaga. Put broom in the air.”
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