FFK Berates Dino for not Winning Kogi Governorship Election

Dino Melaye


Femi Fani Kayode has described Dino Melaye as the biggest loser in the Kogi state governorship election held on Saturday 11 November.

Dino Melaye came distant third as the PDP flag bearer in the Kogi state gubernatorial election, where APC candidate Usman Ododo was declared the winner by INEC.

FFK was so sad for Dino Melaye, that he was the loudest, yet he could not get even 5% votes.

His statement reads

Poor Dino.

Despite all his loud and boastful rantings, puerile noise-making, clownish behaviour, crude bum-fuckery, infantile court-jesting, nauseating gorilla-dancing, gratuitous insults, foul-mouthed bluster, tough guy “gra gra” and area boy antics and in spite of his membership of the ‘Bugger Me Stiff United Football Club’, he received the flogging and trouncing of his pitiful life in the Kogi state Governorship election.

Out of the 751,000 votes that were cast he could not even muster up to 47,000. That is approximately 5%.

Worst still he came in a very distant third in the race and some have even said fourth! How sad! 

This is a man that was once elected as a House of Reps member and a Senator!

This is a man that mocked PBAT for his age, called him a drug dealer, accused him of being a drug addict, threatened to violate the honor of the First Lady, rolled all over the floor during the presidential campaign rallies in the name of depicting our President as an invalid and geriatric and threatened us with hell, fire and brimstone if Asiwaju won. 

Well today he is where he is and politically its all over for him. How are the mighty fallen! 

It appears that the White Lion of Kogi made good his promise and has retired him from politics permanently.

My heart goes out to him!

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