Again, Ayade Orders Government Officials, Aids To Stop Making Public Comments

In Breaking News, International News, Politics

By Archibong Jeremiah

Again the Cross River State Governor, Sen. Ben Ayade has warned Government officials and his aids to stop making public statements on behalf of himself or the Government.

This second directive was contained in a press release by Christian Ita, Special Adviser Media and Publicity to the Governor and made available to our newsroom.

The release, “Following the current upbeat in the tempo of political activities in the State, His Excellency Sen. Ben Ayade, Governor of Cross River State and leader of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has directed all Government officials and political appointees to refrain from issuing/making statements or policy direction in respect of political activities on behalf of Government or the Party except as may be directed by him or appropriate authorities.

“Consequently all matters relating to political activities should be channelled to the Governor through the office of the Senior Special Adviser Political Affairs who has the singular responsibility to coordinate political activities.”


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