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CERTIFICATE SCANDAL | Dino Melaye Appears At The Senate Wearing Academic Gown[PHOTOS]

 

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Embattled Senator Dino Melaye, this morning appeared at the senate wearing an academic gown.
Senator Melaye who has been in the news over an alleged possession of fake results from Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria arrived the Red Chamber around 10.30am.
The lawmaker was seen moving from one seat to the other greeting his colleagues.
The Vice Chancellor of ABU, Professor Ibrahim Garba had on Monday cleared Melaye, saying he graduated at the Institution with 3rd class division. The Senator who is also the chairman senate committee on FCT has also approached an FCT high court demanding for a N5billion damage from Sahara Reporters, the originator of the certificate scandal.

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  • uloma
    March 28, 2017 at 5:09 pm

    My man abeg show them say u go mahadum,in case they are blind and can’t see!

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  • uloma
    March 28, 2017 at 5:11 pm

    You r matching on and even the gate of hell can’t prevail against you,says the lord!

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  • uloma
    March 28, 2017 at 5:20 pm

    I know b\4 now that they can’t stop you ‘cos you are unstoppable ‘cos you are hidden in Christ and Christ is hidden in God,therefore you are invisible!

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  • akin sodimu
    March 28, 2017 at 10:17 pm

    Who is a Nigerian Vice Chancellor, when it comes to standing side by side with a Nigerian Senator ? I said it before, that judging by the corrupt practices of most of these Senators and their overall head, i.e the Senate President, no one in his right senses will respect this Senators or be proud of them. What I suspect, which is also an opinion comment, is that Dino Melaye did not graduate from ABU, but he must have probably been able to buy the Vice Chancellor over, while the VC was unable to persuade the Registrar of the University. hence the appearance of the VC instead of the Registrar. I humbly base my comment on different and similar versions of this issues which I have carefully read in the media. I say kudos to Sahara Reporters on their bold investigative journalism, please never allow anyone to intimidate you.

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