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  • Dino: Late Governorship aspirant Obadofin, other dead men signed my recall
  • Sen. Dino Melaye, representing Kogi West
    Senatorial district in the National Assembly has
    said that Late Governorship aspirant Chief
    Rotimi Obadofin and other dead men
    appended their signatures to influence his recall.
    Addressing newsmen on Sunday in Lokoja,
    Melaye who said investigations had revealed
    that even the dead signed the recall across the
    seven area councils of the senatorial district,
    described the process as fraudulent.
    Speaking through one of his legislative aides,
    Malam Abubakar Sadiq, the embattled senator
    said names and signatures of dead constituents
    were on the list.
    According to him, the name of a former
    governorship aspirant of the All Progressive
    Congress (APC) in the state, late Chief Rotimi
    Obadofin precisely from Iya-Gbede axis was on
    the list.
    “Let me also sound authoritatively that here in
    Lokoja Local Government Council, several others
    whose names and signatures appeared on the
    list of the signatories to this failed exercise were
    identified and known to us as being dead long
    before now.
    “Such people like late Abdullahi Abubakar, his
    immediate younger sister late Halima Lawal
    Abubakar and Ibrahim Adama of Unit Code 021,
    Adankolo Ring Road in Ward ‘A’, Lokoja Local
    Government Council.
    Also one late Salihu Black of Gegu-Beki town,
    Kogi Local Government Council who until his
    death was a biology teacher in Government
    Secondary School, Koton-Karfe, also appended
    his signature on the recall list.
    “This recall exercise was hatched in Kogi
    Government House due to the manner in which
    Senator Dino Melaye consistently challenges and
    engages the government over non-payment of
    workers’ salaries and pensioners for over 15
    months; and also the constant closure of tertiary
    institutions,” he stated.
    Senator Melaye also alleged that they claimed to
    have gotten over 188,000 signatories of
    electorates in Kogi West when the total vote
    cast, both valid and rejected, in the last
    senatorial election of 2015, was merely 111, 000
    for all the candidates that participated.
    In a swift reaction, Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi
    said Senator Dino Melaye should stop worrying
    about INEC.
    Bello, who spoke through his chief Press
    Secretary, Mrs Petra Onyegbule, said facts about
    the constituents were with INEC which had the
    responsibility of verifying the signatures.
    “There is nothing for the distinguished senator
    to be worried about. INEC has set July 3, for the
    public verification of signatures and the date is
    around the corner; there is no point burning
    their energies all over the place”, Onyegbule
    said
    On the alleged collation of signatures in
    Government House, the spokesperson said it
    was absolutely false as no single signature was
    collated in Government House.

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