By Archibong Jeremiah
The Special Assistant to the Cross River Governor, Senator Ben Ayade on student affairs and youth mobilization, Prince Michael Nku Abuo has called on his principal to dissolve the state executive council, SEC.
The SEC presently is composed of the governor, his deputy, secretary to the state government, head of service in the state and the 28 commissioners.
Abuo, in a reaction to a Facebook post by one Owai Obo announcing the dissolution of the Akwa Ibom SEC, took to his facebook wall calling on his principal to dissolve his cabinet with an option that it should be done after his court issues.
Abuo shared Obo’s post with the following inscription, “Obviously ….. I think we need one in Cross River State but probably after the Supreme Court ruling ….”
Ayade is currently in court on allegations of age falsification following a suit filed by Barrister Joe Agi (SAN).
The Supreme Court has set aside December 9, 2016 for its ruling on the matter.
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