- Senator Dino Melaye graces the eight National Assembly with his sonorous voice as it closes
- After sharing some parting words, the senator sang a religious hymn to close his speech
- The eight National Assembly closed on Friday, June 7, to prepare for the start of the ninth Assembly
Nigeria is full of different celebrities, politicians, and dignitaries with different personalities. There are some who rarely talk and others who bring the sauce in their own special way.
For politicians, we have the actors, the dancers, the Wole Soyinka English professors, and the singers. When it comes to singing, the only person you can think of is Nigeria's ever dramatic senator, Dino Melaye.
Senator Dino Melaye composes songs for almost every political drama that has ever happened. So it did not come as a surprise when Melaye decided to sing a song to close the eight National Assembly.
After a few parting words for the Assembly, the senator did what he does best. He sang a hymn joined by many of his friends at the Assembly while others who were amused laughed. The National Assembly closed on Friday, June 7.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the ninth National Assembly has barred some journalists from covering lawmakers' inauguration. The management of the National Assembly only accredited 11 out of over 80 journalists covering the parliament.
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