- Senator Dino Melaye said Governor Yahaya Bello has forgotten how he became the governor of Kogi state
- Melaye said Bello who became the governor of the state by chance has decided to use his current position to impoverish his people
- He however declared that the almighty God will not tarry for so long before delivering the people from Bello's government
Senator Dino Melaye, lawmaker from Kogi West senatorial district, has again attacked Governor Yahaya Bello for intimidating the people whom he was meant to protect.
Reports have it that Melaye said Bello is intoxicated by his current position because he has forgotten that he got there by chance.
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Legit.ng reports that in 2015, Governor Yahaya Bello who was a runner-up at the APC primary election replaced late Prince Abubakar Audu who died before the final outcome of the November 21st 2015 governorship election in Kogi state.
He said: “Apparently the position he occupies today is intoxicating him. He has forgotten how faith and chance played out to bring him into that position.
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“Rather than use it for the maximum benefit of the people, he has decided to use it to intimidate, maim, impoverish and destroy the people whom he was meant to protect!
''The groan of the people, their agonies, their sufferings are going into the high heavens! The Almighty hears and am sure will not tarry for so long before delivering the people from the power drunk governor Bello.''
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that just a year after becoming the governor of Kogi state, Yahaya Bello was recently enmeshed in a N1.5 billion scandal exposed by his former friend, Senator Dino Melaye.
Melaye released a very long article detailing how the money was spent by the governor on a staff verification exercise that died on arrival.
Watch this Legit.ng TV Video of of Kogi West senatorial district to recall senator Dino Melaye from the Nigerian Senate: