Drama In Cross River As Governor Ayade’s Aide Threatens To Commits Suicide Over Unpaid Salary

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Drama In Cross River As Governor Ayade’s Aide Threatens To Commits Suicide Over Unpaid Salary

A Video Showing Moment Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade’s Aide Threatened To Commit Suicide Over Unpaid Salaries Is Trending.

WeetalknaijaBlog quotes reports by Vanguard that Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade’s appointee, Mr Freeman Godwin an Obudu indigene has threatened to kill himself over unpaid salaries since his appointment as an aide.

 

WeetalknaijaBlog gathered that Freeman was among those appointed in November 2020 and has not been paid since then.

According to a video which has now gone viral, Freeman lamented his plight stating that he borrowed money to carry out a documentation and his wife also gave birth to a baby through surgery adding that he has sold all he has to offer the loan he got hoping that he would be paid salary but all to no avail.

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He decided to end it all by saying that when it was time for work, they (The government) will use you and then dump you with so many gimmicks and excuses.

As seen in the video, he was stopped by his colleagues at the office on Monday in Calabar when he tried to hang himself with a rope on a ceiling fan as seen in the 2 minutes, 47 seconds video.

He said: “When the time reaches for work, they will use you and dump you. Now they throw you here and there as if you are nobody.

I will die for this government. They play me up and down, sending me here and there. I am ready to die now,” he said.

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”You were not here on Tuesday ( telling his colleagues ). How will a man call himself a leader and he comes out from his office with what belongs to you and he will demand that you go to His Excellency the governor and collect a letter before he attends to you.

“I am ready to die in this office. I have chosen it to take my life.

1 COMMENT

  1. That’s unwise act. Appointment are privileges not by any means a right. It’s unkind to threatened the kind loving Governor Ayade with threats on this nature.

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