Ayade Breaks Own Record, Pays Workers May salaries on May Day eve

Cross River State Govwrnor Senator Ben Ayade has broken his own record he set last year by paying workers May salaries on the eve of the beginning of the month.

It will be recalled that Ayade last year paid workers May salaries on the first of May which was itself the first time in the history of the country.

But this year, the payment was made on the eve of this year's May Day celebrations a day earlier than last year when the state governor, Senator Ben Ayade ordered payment of May salary on the first day of May.

Ayade has made salary payment one of his administration's cardinal objectives with workers getting paid early every month.

The payment of salaries for the Month of May is coming barely a week after the payment of salaries for the Month of April in the state.

However, the governor appears to have trumped that record this year by paying May salary on the last day of April.

It is not known how the workers will receive this latest gesture from the governor.

Workers in the state have often complained of getting paid too early in the Month since Ayade assumed office in 2015.

Reacting to the complaint at an event recently, Governor Ayade joked that getting paid early is a good problem for the workers to have.

He said he feels challenged only when he is able to pay salaries in the second week of every month.
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