According to Governor Ben Ayade’s appointee who was speeding, coincidentally too, Abdul Atiku was driving right behind her and when she was stopped by a policeman, she told him “don’t even think of stopping him, that is Atiku’s nephew”.
Here’s what she wrote;
Today, the police stopped me for speeding. I drive a Prado jeep and my windows are tinted. I wound down when their lead stopped me and said, “clear clear”! I gave him 1k and replied, “wetin? Clear for wetin”? And his mouth agape, he said, “na woman dey drive like this”? Coincidentally too, Abdul Atiku was driving right behind me and I said to them, “don’t even think of stopping him, that is Atiku’s nephew”! We got out of our cars, hugged and exchanged pleasantries, as Abdul said to me, “Egor, you are a mad woman”! Everybody’s mouths were still agape as I drove off! I felt #empowered Black Panther-ish style and I don’t even know why I felt that way! Lol!! #blackpanther #woman#power #atikuforpresident2019
Few weeks ago, People of Cross River South under the aegis of 7-Alive adopted the state Governor, Professor Ben Ayade for 2019 elections.
Leaders, youths and women frm the senatorial district declared their total support for the governor, saying he has surpassed their expectations in less than three years in office amidst dwindling federal allocations and heavy debt burden.
The Chairman of the extremely Influential socio-political pressure group, Chief Asuquo Ekpenyong and other top political leaders from the district affirmed that they will support governor Ayade to complete his eight year term based on his excellent performance and the existing zoning arrangement in the state.
The 7-Alive Local Governments of the South asserted that besides the fact that Ayade is the man they trust to return power to the South by 2023, his administration has been good to the region with the appointment of nine of their sons and daughters as members of the State Executive Council, with most of them holding key portfolios such as Finance, Health, Petroleum, Gas, Information and Transport.