Jun 15, 2021

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Ben Ayade: At Last, Buhari’s Aide Opens up on Why Governor Joined APC

  • A media advisor to the President, Femi Adesina, has explained the circumstances that influenced Governor Ben Ayade’s decision to leave the PDP
  • Adesina in a Facebook post on Thursday June 10, Ayade said he fell more in love with President Muhammadu Buhari’s real love for Nigeria
  • The media advisor added that the governor realized that the PDP is not the best way forward for Nigeria

Femi Adesina, a media advisor to the president, said on Thursday June 10th, that Governor Ben Ayade to the All Progressives Congress (APC) to help the Buhari-led government implement its next-level agenda for Nigeria.

According to Adesina, the governor of Cross River was drawn to the president’s commitment to the country. and his nationalist stance, reports PM News.

The President’s media advisor noted Ayade, who had been watching the government’s efforts to bring Nigeria into its current position, thought it very much It is important to join hands in the promising task of the nation building.

He explained even more that virtues such as honor, commitment, selflessness and transparency are in the President for the Governor very attractive.

Adesina pointed out that the governor’s move to APC is good for the party as it gives it more opportunities to keep power in the center. < / p>

He added that Ayade quit the People Democratic Party (PDP) after condemning the personal consequences for realizing this was not the way to go.

His words:

“Ayade’s move to APC was very good for di e party. The more governors, the better and better your chances of keeping power at the center.

“He was driven by enough love for the country to know that his former party was no longer the way to go . ignoring the personal consequences. “

Governor Ayade’s advisor refuses to join APC, resigns from office

In the meantime, has Ayade’s Special Adviser, Mark Obi, had resigned PDP back.

Obi said in a letter to the governor that as a founding member of the PDP he would not defer to APC.