VIDEO: Dino Melaye Mocks Yahaya Bello In A New Viral Video (Must Watch)

Controversial senator has once again displayed his music prowess in a latest move to berate the governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello ahead of the state’s governorship election, slated for November 2019.

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Mr. Melaye is a known critic of Yahaya bellow and his administration and has never hidden his contempt for the governor, which he expresses in may way, including turning himself into a singer.

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The senator representing Kogi west, who recently expressed dismay over the fact the permanent secretaries do not own cars in the state, accompanied his latest song, targeted at Gov. Bello with this message; “Kogi koya!!! Kogi ko Bello!!! Kogi koya!!! Kogi ko Bello!!! When you chant Kogi Koya, the response is Kogi ko Bello. We shall overcome, the forces of darkness shall never overcome the forces of Light”

Meawhile, Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state has reported walked the Chief Judge (CJ) of the state, Justice Nasir Ajanah out of a state function on Tuesday.

This happened at the Government House Lokoja during the swearing-in of the new Grand Khadi of the state.

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The function which was attended by top government officials and members of judiciary, saw the governor asking the CJ to leave.

According to reports, the CJ, had been officially invited by the protocol officer of the Government House, and long arrived before the governor got to the event.

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It was alleged that a few minutes before the governor’s arrival, his Chief Security Officer allegedly informed the CJ that he governor had given order that h shouldn’t be allowed to attend the function.

The Chief Justice was said to have immediately left the venue and went back to his office.

The CJ thereafter left the government house and returned to his office.

There has been an ongoing face-off between the executive and the judiciary in the state, following disagreements as a of table payment of judicial staff.