Journalist Urge Ayade To Have Below 500 Cabinet Members As He Plans To Reshuffle

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By Archibong Jeremiah and Philip Agba

The Cross River State Governor,  Sen. Ben Ayade has been urged not to have more than 500 cabinet members.

The call was made by Mr. George Odok, a journalist is the State who was a guest on “The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo” this evening where he maintained that “It’s the level of productivity that matters not size or number.”

According to him “Ayade has gone back to the drawing board, it won’t be wise to have large cabinet members this time around.”

As to how level of productivity can be improved the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Correspondent advised that “Local Government elections be conducted, it’ll ease pressure from the Central.”

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