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What? Governor Ben Ayade Has Allegedly Collected Back The Car He Gifted Senator Florence Ita-Giwa. (SMH) Pettiness!

How petty can a man be? I guess that's how he collects back the gifts he bought for his wife lol... Who does that? You don't collect back gifted items... It's not done. Now that's really petty of you Mr Governor... I hope this is not true... If it is na really wah.



A  former presidential adviser, Senator Florence Ita-Giwa, has claimed that Cross River State Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade sent his aides to forcefully remove a Toyota Prado jeep from her Calabar residence while she was out of the country.



According to her, the removal was the aftermath of an alleged diversion of relief materials sent by the National Commission for Refugees to the displaced persons of Atai-Ema in Bakassi, whose makeshift houses were burnt in April 2017.

Ita-Giwa had, on June 3, led a team of security operatives to recover some relief materials in a private residence in Calabar.

Speaking in Calabar shortly after thousands of her kinsmen staged a protest in Akpabuyo over attempts to tarnish her image, Ita-Giwa said it was wrong for some aides to storm her compound in her absence.

She said, “They stormed these premises in my absence to remove the car the governor gave to me.


“They removed the Prado Jeep. Even if they had wanted the car, they should have written to me or waited for me to come back.
But they stormed the premises in my absence and collected the car. What has car got to do with the missing relief materials?”

A letter made available newsmen after the protest showed indicated that the Director of Administration, Governor’s Office, David Edem, had, on June 9, requested for the return of the vehicle.

The letter read in part, “With compliments and best wishes from the office of the governor, I most respectfully request you to please return the black Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Jeep officially allocated to you by this office on September 6, 2016.

“The vehicle with chassis number JTEBX9F…71, is required to boost our depleted fleet and deepen our service delivery. Any inconvenience caused by this request is regretted, while thanking you for your understanding.”

Similarly on June 15, the Transport Officer in the Governor’s Office, Bisong Egbe, in a handwritten acknowledgement, noted, “I acknowledge receipt of vehicle, a Prado Jeep returned by Senator Ita-Giwa. The vehicle is in good and working condition.”

However, the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr. Christian Ita, while reacting to the allegation said, “We won’t join issues with her.”

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