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Kogi political leaders pass vote of confidence on Dino Melaye

Kogi political leaders pass vote of confidence on Dino Melaye

- The political turmoil in Kogi state is still ongoing

- Leaders of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state are at logger heads

- As alignments and re-alignments remain the order of the day, Senator Dino Melaye disclosed that a vote of confidence has been passed on him

Following calls for his recall by some people in Kogi state, the senator representing Kogi West senatorial district, Dino Melaye has gotten major endorsements from several political leaders in the state.

Melaye who revealed this via his Twitter page, said a vote of confidence has been passed on him by the Kogi state APC exco and 16 out of 21 local government party chairmen.

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Melaye attached a newspaper advert signed by the political leaders affirming their support for the senator.

“The purpoted recall process embarked upon by agents of darkness is a dis-service to Kogi state and Kogi West Senatorial District.

“The contribution to Sentaor Dino Melaye to our great party, her campaigns and the eventual success of President Muhammadu Buhari is not only noticeable byt exremely valuable,” the leaders said.

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Kogi political leaders pass vote of confidence on Dino Melaye

Senator Dino Melaye seems to be very popular among his people in Kogi state

Last weekend, Senator Melaye said those asking for his recall are not members of his constituency.

He made the statement on Sunday, June 4, when he appeared on Politics Today, a political programme on Channels Television.

Watch this NAIJ.com TV video of a summary of some of the incidents that recently happened in Nigeria including Melaye's case:

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