- The PDP governorship candidate in the November election in Kogi State, Dino Melaye, has disclosed why he has cars in his living room
- Melaye, in an interview, said the cars in his living room were part of the furniture, and he changed them at intervals
- The former senator said he also has two bikes in his living room and asked his architect to design them in such a manner
Lokoja, Kogi - Dino Melaye, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in the November governorship election in Kogi State, has disclosed the rationale behind the viral video and photos of his sitting room where he has a car and bike.
In an interview shared on an Instagram page, the former senator was asked why he always parked his car in his sitting room and claimed that he lives below the poverty line.
When asked why he has a car in his sitting room, the politician said the cars in his living room are part of the furniture in the house and that he always changed them from Rolls Royce to Ferraris and so on.
Dino Melaye speaks on his fleet of cars, bikes
He went further to reveal that he personally requested the architect to build the house in such an unusual view, adding that he demanded that the swimming pool be on the second floor.
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"That's all I wanted. I just told my architect I want a car in the bedroom, I want a car in the living room, and I want my swimming pool suspended on the second floor."
Speaking on the bikes, he said:
"I also got some very wicked badass two bikes in my living room. I have Davidson in the living room, and I have one of the fastest bikes in the world, Hayabusa, in my living room, with a crocodile seat."
Listen to the interview here:
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Speaking a the post-second-term inauguration interdenominational thanksgiving service in Ibadan, the governor said he and his colleagues would be at the national assembly to witness the process.
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