INSIDER: Ayade Down With Coronavirus, Not Dead As Rumored

In Breaking News, Health, Politics

By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Mr. Frank Ayade, younger brother to Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State is down with the SARs-COV-2 infection says Peregrino House sources.

Mr. Ayade whom his brother described as ‘co-Governor’ in 2015 is said to be seriously ill and wheelchair bound having been confirmed as a COVID-19 patient.

Reports (not this Newspaper) had suggested that Frank who is said to be calling some of the shots in the political sphere of the Ayade’s administration had died.

But, insiders close to the first family of the State who did not want to be named told CrossRiverWatch that “the co-Governor is very sick.”

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