Senator Dino Melaye is a man with many sides. 

He is a music-video superstar who makes viral videos and now he also claims to have a place in the exalted office of prophets.

An emergency meeting of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of his political party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) held on Tuesday in Abuja and when it was his turn to address the gathering, Senator Melaye claimed the military had been mobilised to scuttle election in some states, one of them Zamfara. 

He reminded the military that the Oat of Allegiance they took was to the Federal Republic of Nigeria and no to an individual or political party.

"The PDP is ready. We have purchased secret cameras and we will record them, if they allow themselves to be used.

"Please, Mr President Sir (referring to Atiku Abubakar who is also at the meeting), I want to be a member of the special panel that will try military officers who will betray Nigeria. 

'Every Die Na Die'

"I want to advise that the military in Nigeria must be professional, and must not be seen to be so," he told the gathering. 

The Senator, who many have also said had tendencies of doing well in Nollywood because of some drama he had put up last year, spoke of hearing from God about who the winner of the presidential election would be 

"Some of you have network problem with God.

"I have no network problem with God.

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"Whenever I call on Him, He answers me and He told me that Atiku will be President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria," .

"I want to say that the government is not owned by those in government.

"Government is owned by the people of Nigeria.

"We will prove to them that the election is not between Muhammadu Buhari and Atiku Abubakar, but between Buhari and Nigerians. 

"By the grace of God, we in Kogi shall not allow rigging, intimidation and I want to tell them that every die na die.

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