Ekiti APC Woman Leader berates Melaye over assault on Tinubu


The All Progressives Congress Woman Leader in Ekiti State, Dupe Bakare, has condemned Senator Dino Melaye over the verbal attack on Senator Oluremi Tinubu at the Executive Session of the Senate.
Bakare described Melaye’s conduct as reprehensible and lacking in the decorum associated with the hallowed chambers of the National Assembly.
In a statement in Ado-Ekiti, Bakare criticised the senator for what she described as a show of shame, stressing that “Melaye’s motor park act” had given the senator away as a man lacking respect for family value and “unrepentant terror” to filial integrity in the world where women offered support for a strong family as a foundation for the health of the larger society.
Bakare added: “Senator Melaye has proven to be a man not cultured to be in the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“Whoever gains the acceptability of the people to reach such an exalted position is expected not only to be decent and civilized, but also exhibit a high moral value that will distinguish and make him a shining example to the younger generations.
“We view his indecent outburst and attack against the wife of our National Leader as injustice  against  women folks. We will do everything within the purview of the law to resist and reject any form of molestation against women no matter where the threat is coming from.
“It is a pity that Dino Melaye has not grown out of his infantile rascality at ABU,else one would expect that he should be decent enough to accord respect and honour to not only a fellow colleague, but also a wife and a mother par excellence.”