The Senator representing Kogi West Central Dino Melaye on Monday, March 27, appeared before the Senate Committee on Ethics and Privileges over allegations that he did not graduate from the Ahamdu Bello University, Zaria.
The vice chancellor of the Ahmadu Bello University has said that Dino Melaye graduated with a third class in Geography The Senator representing Kogi West Central Dino Melaye on Monday, March 27, appeared before the Senate Committee on Ethics and Privileges over allegations that he did not graduate from the Ahamdu Bello University, Zaria.
Dino appeared before the committee alongside the vice chancellor of the university Ibrahim Garba. At the hearing, Melaye admitted under oath that he graduated from the Ahmadu Bello University.
Although he did not state the year which he graduated, he told the committee that he officially changed his name from Daniel Melaye to Dino Melaye. Dino appeared before the committee alongside the vice chancellor of the university Ibrahim Garba.
The controversial senator who have been in the media space since last week over a certificate forgery allegation against him by the Publisher of Sahara Reporters Omoyele Sowore said he is ready to tender an affidavit in that regards. READ ALSO: President Buhari bows to pressure; to finally approve local, illegal refineries in Niger Delta He also tendered an acceptance letter, an acceptance offer of admission and results from ABU Zaria. He also tendered his final year project before the Senate committee. The VC also admitted that Melaye graduated as Daniel Jonah Melaye with a third class in Geography in 2000.
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