(video) Watch Dino Melaye Singing & Dancing after being cleared of certificate forgery

(video) Watch Dino Melaye Singing & Dancing after being cleared of certificate forgery

Senator Dino Melaye took to the dancing floor, singing war song after he was cleared of the allegation that the forged first degree certificate he obtained from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, on Monday.

Read also: Questions about Dino Melaye’s Certificates – Report

Melaye, who was embroiled in certificate forgery breathed a sigh of relief that he has been vindicated after the vice-chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Prof. Ibrahim Garba, who appeared before the Senate Committee on Ethics and Privileges cleared every doubt surrounding the allegation saying the Senator representing Kogi West graduated with third class.

Subsequently, Melaye posted s video of his on YouTube singing in Yoruba language and dancing.

The song: Aje ku iya ni oje, ajeku iya ni o je, eni ti o to eni no, ton de na de ni, meaning “you will be beaten mercilessly if you fight someone who is stronger than you”.

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