- It is Christmas and people have been sending out lovely messages, wishing friends, family and foe well
- One of those who took out time to wish his fans and followers a merry Christmas was Dino Melaye
- The former senator first recognised Jesus, whom he wished a happy birthday
Dino Melaye, a former senator representing Kogi West senatorial district at the upper chamber, has sent out his own Christmas message to Nigerians but his was quite unique
Unlike other politicians who just wrote a simple message, Melaye did a video which would leave anyone rolling in laughter.
He shared the video on his Twitter page and captioned it:
"Happy birthday Jesus Christ of Nazareth."
In the video, the former senator sang a popular song in the Yoruba dialect. After his special rendition, he said a happy birthday to Jesus and then went on to wish everyone a merry Christmas, even his enemies.
As usual, his comment section was filled with different responses. While some were begging for Christmas gifts and financial support, others hailed him and wished him a fantastic celebration.
Akinboye Adedeji with the Twitter handle @AdedejiAkinboye commented:
"My able senator compliment of the season to you sir, more years on this world."
"Same here boss... Respect from here!!!Hope to get my own give away ooo..More blessings Your Excellency!"
"You issue don tire me oga dino."
"Merry Christmas to you sir. God bless you sir."
Melaye is not the only one who has sent out goodwill messages to mark the Christmas celebration.
Earlier Legit.ng reported that some governors felicitated with the good people of Nigeria.
In his goodwill message shared on Twitter, Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state urged the people to deepen their faith in God this season, saying He has the solution to all problems.
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