Cross River: Ayade reveals where power will return to in 2023, receives LP chieftain back to PDP

The Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade has declared that the
governorship seat will return to the Southern part of the state in
2023.

He made the declaration while receiving a former Attorney-General of
the state and deputy governorship candidate of the Labor Party in the
2015 election, Mrs. Nella Andem Rabana back into the fold of the
Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Speaking at the event, the governor disclosed that people of the
Southern part of the state must wait till 2023 because "its turn by
turn."

Governor Ayade also assured that the next elections would be more
about the peace of the state.

He, however, wondered why some politicians were taking actions that
were inimical to the states socio-polity.

According to Ayade: "From your house, from your own family, from your
own local government, the people come out, everybody comes and says
no, we don't want you this is our son, what he is trying to do is not
good.

"We have given him the opportunity for 20 years and we cannot see what
he has done. He has always taken it all to himself and from your own
family, they choose to go back and support another person.

"They did not stop at that, they say it is turn by turn. The south had
it for eight years, the central for eight years and I have just done
only three years plus. If you are in haste to collect it, that is why
even if you want to do it for only one term, you will be in haste to
hold it back.

"Any man who says that he will take another man's turn is not a good
person. It is the turn of the north and for you from the south, you
know that in four year's time, you are the one to produce the
governor; if you allow it to go to the central, it means that you are
extending your stay out of office for another 20 years because you
have been out for almost 16 as it were, if you add my total tenure.

"So, it is for your own good to know that what SAN said today that she
returned because for her it is an existential battle, it is about a
good governor who has done so well."

The governor assured people of Calabar South Local Government Area of
stable power supply before the presidential election.

"Today, I am telling you it is not about politics of PDP and APC, it
is about the peace of Cross River State; turn by turn," he said.
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