Kogi Polls: PDP, Musa Wada meets with Dino Melaye [PHOTOS]

September 7, 2019
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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship flagbearer, Engr. Musa Wada, paid a visit to Senator Dino Melaye at his residence in Abuja, ahead of the November 16 gubernatorial election in Kogi.

Both men were spotted on camera while embracing each other in a friendly way.

Wada shared photos from the visit on Twitter, with the caption: “Today, I visited Senator Dino Melaye at his residence in Abuja. I want to assure kogites that PDP is one family.”

Recall that the PDP governorship primary election ended abruptly in the early hours of Wednesday, September 4, when gunmen invaded the venue of the election, Lokoja Confluence Stadium.

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