Dino Melaye speaks, says his spirit, resolve unshakeable

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Dino Melaye, the senator representing Kogi West has finally broken his silence after his bail application was granted by the court.

DAILY POST recalls that the embattled lawmaker was on Wednesday granted bail by a Kogi State High Court sitting in Lokoja. 

The Kogi State Chief Judge, Justice Nasiru Ajana admitted Dino to bail with the sum of N10m with one surety. The bail was granted on health grounds.

Speaking for the first time after his bail, Dino took to his Instagram page, stating that arrest and harassment by the police started four years ago .

The Kogi lawmaker, however, reiterated that he is unshaken and cannot be destroyed.

“The Police illegal arrest and harassment did not start now. This was four years ago. Where Court awarded 10 million Naira damage to me that police is yet to pay.

“Fear not him that can destroy or damage the body, fear only Him that can destroy both the body and the Spirit. My Spirit and resolve is unshakeable,”Dino said.



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