Dino Melaye Pastor Adeboye's Twitter account shades Gov Bello as Senator survives recall

The pastor's Twitter account subtly inferred that the Kogi state governor won't be happy with the result of the recall process that failed.

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The Twitter account of the Redeemed Christian Church of God's pastor, Enoch Adeboye, has thrown a shade at Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state following the failed process to recall Senator Dino Melaye.

The pastor's Twitter account subtly inferred that the Kogi state governor won't be happy with the result of the recall process that failed.

 

The account had responded to a tweet by Guardian Newspaper on the failed recall process in the early hours of Sunday, April 29, 2018.

"I guess Senator has escaped this one. Governor won't be happy o," the account tweeted.

 

The clergy's Twitter account deleted the tweet but not before Pulse got some screenshots of the tweet and reply.

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The bid to recall Senator Dino Melaye from the Senate has finally crashed as only 5.34 per cent of the total 188,500 signatories to his recall petition were verified in an exercise held on Saturday.

The result of the verification released early Sunday in Lokoja by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) showed that 39,285 of the signatories were verified, out of which only 18,762 signatures were genuine.

Meanwhile, the RCCG is yet to make any statement to affirm or deny the shade from the pastor's Twitter account.

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