- Controversial Nigerian politician Dino Melaye was recently accused of being a debtor on social media after posting an article displaying his Rolls Royce
- The former senator was arrested by a car dealership, Unique Motors, who begged him to pay off his debt.
- In a new post, Unique Motors explained that Dino had yet to pay the balance of a Mercedes Benz he had bought since 2019.
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Popular Nigerian politician Dino Melaye is known for his great love for luxury cars and his expansive garage. However, no one would have imagined that he would be called out to be a debtor.
Just recently, an Instagram car dealership Unique Motors called the former senator and claimed he owed their company a car he bought.
Please pay sir: Car dealership accuses Dino Melaye of owing balance after posting Rolls Royce on social media
In a new post on Unique Engines Instagram story, they shared a photo of Dino posing next to a Mercedes Benz SUV that already had the politician’s personalized license plate and claimed he had not yet paid his balance on the vehicle since 2019.
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According to Unique Motors, they just wanted to be paid their balance for the car.
See a screenshot of their post below:
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Some Internet users heard of the call and reacted to it. Read some of their comments below:
“Omor … I hope this claim turns out to be false o premium dragging leleyi o.”
“Which is why I don’t believe everything I see on the gram♀️ it’s not all wrapped up.”
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“Take him to court and stop bothering us.”
Dino Melaye reacts, threatens to sue
The former senator reacted to Unique Motors’ claims by challenging them to take the case to court. He also threatened to press charges.
In his words:
“No, be just one engine! If I really owe you, you know what to do. On social media, are you selling the imaginary car? Everyone uses my name to promote your obscure business … God knows that an ooo address. But for this one-sided nonsense, my lawyers are going to reach you.
See the post below:
Unique Motors responds and shares more details about the deal
After the former senator claimed it was a false claim, car dealers opened up about how the business transaction started in December 2018 and how Dino had yet to pay the balance in 2021.
According to them, 13.5 million naira was paid for the journey and there was still a balance of 14.5 naira which had remained unpaid.
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Excerpts from their caption read:
“The imaginary car. A transaction that began in December 2018 and full payment was not made until 2021.
“If Dino claims he doesn’t know, he should seek clarification from his brother Moses. We want our payment and we want our money, you can’t use your desk or your location to intimidate us and we silence.
He must provide proof of full payment for the car, as far as we know, N 13,500,000.00 has been paid and the balance of N 14,500,000.00 is unpaid in our book to date.
All efforts to recover this fund were unsuccessful, a case is underway against the Abuja anti-vice office, Dino and his brother know about. “
See the full post below:
How it started:
Legit.ng previously reported how Dino Melaye took to his Instagram page to share photos of himself posing in a Rolls Royce while shading his enemies.
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Unique Motors then went to the comments section to spread the politician’s dirty laundry by claiming he owed them money for a car.
It was also explained that all efforts to reach the former senator and a Moses had turned out to be aborted and Dino was asked to pay.
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