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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Bukola Saraki renovated the only bungalow where Rashidi Yekini's mother lives - Dino Melaye

During the plenary session at the senate Tuesday, Senator Dino Melye spoke passionately about the nonchalant approach to Sports and Athletes in the country saying it needs serious review. To buttress his point, he cited an example of the senate president, Bukola Saraki being the one who renovated the only bungalow where mother and family of late super eagles legend, Rashidi Yekini left behind. He wrote:


16 comments:

livingstone chibuike said...

well he lead by example..gud lookin out to him

Mowasope Eseyin said...

They should pay the living sportsmen/women first

adeyemi olaniyi said...

that is a lie from the pit of hell.. Yekini left more than a bungalow.. he left a 6 block of flats at his home town and he built a big house at Ibadan.. a lot of people have been taken care of mama especially his lawyer

chwukwuwunmi said...

Dino, yu do now,, yu HV enuff wealth 2 share...na poor man suppose type dix kind msg...yu don steal more Dan enuff

Edeh victor said...

It is a nice thing bokola saraki did for his family but Our problem is that we don't value our product..

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

It is well


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Anonymous said...

Woooow...how we forget these heroes. Rashidi Yekini made my childhood quite memorable. Sam Sochukuma Okwaraji,Thompson Olihe, Uche Okafor, Wilfred Agbonavbare and so many others have been forgotten.
We know many of these athletes are still alive but in a pitiable condition. What about Emetole who is seriously sick? Where are the likes of Etim Essien (a k a African Maradona), Oladimeji Lawal, Chris Ohenhen and so many other, do we know their conditions? Or is it better to immortalise them posthumously?
God bless our athletes, especially the likes of Okwaraji who didn't have any problem over his return tickets. Thanks Bukola Saraki for this kind gesture. Others should emulate.


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Anonymous said...

Crooks!

OSINANL said...

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Bello Ajibola said...

Dino spoke about the good things other people did to help the helpless people,what of his own,the one he did to help other people.How can he help,when he is intending to buy a private boeing 787 dream liner jet.

Anonymous said...

U who u epp?dino is always on point...

Anonymous said...

Just that am not understanding..u mean all these years the guy was a star he never built a befitting house for his parents?its hard to take tho...celebrity pls invest well oo for the rainy days..RIP Rashidi..they shouldn't forget the athletes too..

Anonymous said...

Kettle calling pot black, which one have you done , will you do or did you do for your people. alabosi sombori

Anonymous said...

What's with this "we forget our sports heroes" shit? They earned salaries while wearing the nation's shirt, didn't they? Is it anyone's fault they didn't save their money or invest wisely during their playing days? I was a civil servant, who worked for the country for 35 years, retiring as a Director. I never took bribes, never embezzled public funds. My pension is 82,000 Naira monthly, hardly enough to take care of my asic needs in the current inflation. I don't expect the government to "take care of me" for the rest of my life beyond what I get as my pension. I don't know that Argentina "takes care" of Maradona or Brazil the great Pete. Everyone should please manage well whatever they earned in their productive years, sportsmen included. Thank you.

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