- Senator Dino Melaye has been urged to donate a car to an orphanage home in Delta state
- Salve Regina Children's Home pleaded with the former lawmaker to gift the orphanage a car that will be used to transport the kids to school and church
- Melaye is the former lawmaker who represented Kogi West senatorial district at the upper chamber of the National Assembly
An orphanage situated in Delta state has urged the former lawmaker representing Kogi West senatorial district, Senator Dino Melaye, to donate a car for the children's home.
Salve Regina Children's Home reached out to Legit.ng to express its desire for a Sienna car, saying such gift from the ex-lawmaker would help the orphanage in transporting the kids to school and church.
In other news, former Nigerian senator, Dino Melaye, has given himself an expensive treat in the form of luxury cars. The politician, who is known as a car lover, added three more vehicles to his fleet of expensive cars.
The 46-year-old former senator bought himself one vintage car and two bulletproof cars. This time around, the politician went above and beyond to get himself the cars he desires.
Melaye customised the luxury vehicles to his taste. He bought a vintage 1977 corvette, a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon Limousine, and a Toyota Land Cruiser.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that an entrepreneur identified as Samuel B Fuller borrowed $25 and used his car as collateral to buy soap products he started selling door to door in Chicago, United States, in 1929.
Fuller who would later establish the Fuller Products Company, dropped out of school in the 6th grade to start working to help support the family.
His mother passed away when he was young and was forced to fend for himself.
Fuller's business became so successful in 1939 that he opened a factory and started manufacturing soap products and 30 other items.
By the 1950s, the entrepreneur was generating $18 million in annual sales and had a sales force of five thousand. Fuller was the wealthiest African-American during that time.
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