The Governor of Cross River State, Ben Ayade, while speaking at a meeting, stated that it is always argued that when you put two to three black people together, they'll start thinking from their stomach. He stated that it is high time they change that narrative.
He revealed that their constitution needs appropriate formation for the separation of powers, adding that leadership all over the world follows a certain sociology.
According to him, "We must also know that there's a growing concern that the black people can never rule themselves. And I must take you through this global perspective to share you with the agony and frustration of the scheme. It is always argued in practice that when you put two to three black people together, they'll start thinking from their stomach. What do I stand to gain if my party becomes the Senate president?"
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