Governor, Ben Ayade and His wife Shows Off Dancing Skills During Carnival Calabar Dry Run Campaign (Photos)
Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade and his wife, Dr. Linda Ayade are pictured dancing at the flags off Carnival Calabar Dry Run/Wise Up Campaign.
Dr. Linda, last Sunday officially declared open the Carnival Dry Run with the theme Climate Change2 and The Mediatrix Development Foundation in partnership with UNFPA HIV/AIDS campaign with the theme- Wise up Cross River.
Also in attendance are former Cross River State first lady, Onari Duke, Florence Ita Giwa, among
Ex and present MBGN queens including the 2001 miss world Agbani Darego, Munachi Abii, Omowunmi Akinnifesi were at the event.
Also present was Lai Mohammed representing president Buhari, Senate president, Sen. Bukola Saraki,Sen. Ita Giwa, Cross River State governor, Prof. Ben Ayade and many more. The event was anchored by IK Osakioduwa and Yvonne ‘Vixen’ Ekwerre.
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President Buhari was hosted to a state dinner by Cameroonian President, Paul Biya and his wife Mrs Chantal Biya at the Unity Palace in Yaounde yesterday.
Pictured on the high table with Buhari and Biya are the Governors of Cross River state, Ben Ayade & Borno state Alhaji Kashim
Report revealed that Senator Ben Ayade, the Cross River State governor-elect, has said that he will be the first son of a poor man to govern Cross River State among all those who had taken charge of the affairs of the state and as such, will ensure he improves on the welfare of the people of the state, majority of whom are poor.
Senator Ayade, in Calabar, while receiving his Certificate of Return from the Independent National Electoral Commissioner in charge […]
Report gathered that the Peoples Democratic Party governorship candidate in Cross River State, Prof. Ben Ayade, has been declared the winner of the governorship election in the state, having polled 342,016 votes, ahead of the All Progressives Congress candidate in the state, Odey Ochicha, with votes totalling 53,983.
The Labour Party candidate, Fidelis Ugbo, garnered 36,918 votes.State Collating Officer, Prof. Comfort Ekpo, declared Ayade the winner in the early hours of Monday in