Politics

If a failure like Yahaya Bello also wants to be Nigeria’s President, then the country is finished — Melaye

Senator Dino Melaye, who represented Kogi West in the 8th Senate, has said if the likes of Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi can be confident of becoming Nigeria’s President, then the country is not yet to ready for good governance.
Melaye who ironically, was one of the few politicians instrumental to Bello’s emergence as governor in 2015, said Governor Bello whom he described as ‘failure’, is not qualified to rule the country.

Speaking via a tweet, he wrote, “Governor Yahaya Bello cannot climb the ladder of success dressed in the costume of failure. You can only be the president of Agasa Development Union in Okene. Yeye dey smell. SDM.”

The ex-Senator, previously accused the APC government of being responsible for the untimely death of many Nigerians who had hoped electing them would improve their lives.

He said it is unfair for wicked leaders in the country to make it to 2021, despite denying many innocent Nigerians the same privilege due to the “colossal and gross ineptitude and incompetence” of the current government.

He said, “The cemetery is full of people who should be alive but for the colossal and gross ineptitude and incompetence of the Apc led Federal Government.”

He followed it up: “Insecurity and pampering of terrorist have sent souls to thier early graves and wicked people responsible (in and outside Govt circles) for thier deaths are not only alive but they continue in thier evil ways. God!!! Act NOW!!! Visit Nigeria in your anger and do what only You can do,” he wrote.

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