The Presidency has lambasted the embattled Kogi West Senator, Dino Melaye for rebuking President Muhammadu Buhari.
Buhari’s Personal Assistant on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie said Melaye needs mental evaluation.
Recall that the embattled lawmaker had yesterday challenged Buhari to apologize to the National Assembly over his recent comment that some lawmakers have spent a long time without doing anything.
Speaking in Abuja, last week, Buhari had wondered what members of the National Assembly have been doing, even when some of them have spent over a decade as lawmakers.
Reacting, the embattled lawmaker described Buhari’s comment as “unpresidential” and “unconstitutional.”
However, Onochie said soon, Melaye will come to terms with the fact that the National Assembly “doesn’t belong to him.”
In a tweet, Onochie wrote: “It’s an absurdity that Melaye, who is standing trial for alleged criminal offences, who in a suicide bid, jumped out of a moving vehicle and whose obsessive compulsion disorder makes him think he owns the Nass, should be allowed to return to the Senate without proper mental evaluation.
“One day, Dino Melaye, will come to terms that the Nass doesn’t belong to him. In his delusional state and on bail, he’s shamefully back to his clowning.
“I would hope that he confines his rascality to unsuccessfully suppressing opposing views in the Senate. Let the President be.”