Embattled Senator Dino Melaye on Friday said there is no tension over the Appeal Court verdict, which reaffirmed his sack.
He spoke hours after after losing at Appeal Court, which ordered a fresh election into Kogi West senatorial district.
The Kogi born senator featured as one of the key actors, alongside the national chairman of the Zenith Labour Party (ZLP) Chief Dan Nwayanwu, in a Television series titled ‘Equity unbound,” an idea of the Pillars of Hope African Initiative (POHAI).
Other prominent actors including Linc Edochie, Victor Decke, Chief Bruno Iwuola and Paul Sambo also featured in the movie.
Addressing a world press conference, the Country Director of POHAI, Chinyere Onyemekara, said the main focus of the project is on ‘equal rights and sociai justices in Africa,’ using Nigeria as a case study.
She said: “Equity unbound TV series is a soap opera that holistically ex-ray the quality of justice system in Nigeria and its attendant effect on both the masses, the elites and the government.
“It is a mind blowing expository drama presentation of the human rights challenges of an ordinary common Nigerian. A good example of the issues treated in this series is the recent report by BBC, on the pervasive threat of “sax for grades and sex for Marks” in Nigeria’s institutions of learning.
“A 120mins pilot episode of Equity unbound TV series has been shot with so many celebrity Actors and with state of the art equipment cum professionais and highly motivated crew.
“The idea of this, is to use drama as an effective tool of communication to correct the ills and promote an acceptable social justice system in Nigeria.
“We at POHAI has taken it upon ourselves to expose this short comings for the purpose of strategic attention and correction.
“We hereby call on members of the fourth estate of the realm, civil society groups, the international community, cooperate organizations, Nigerian government at all levels and well meaning Nigerians to support in whatever way possible to bring this humanitarian project to fruition”.
Speaking on why he joined the TV series, Melaye said it was to expose injustice in the society.
Melaye said: “There is no tension over the verdict of the Appeal Court. Life goes on.
“I’m happy to have participated in the series, especially as it will help correct social problems in the country.