Nigerian Governor Turn Heads With Scorpion-Like Bike

Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade was a centre of attraction when he turned up with a scorpion looking bike at a local festival dubbed Calabar Carnival.

Calabar festival

At the event other 250 bikes were present in a showroom of exotic superbikes, the event was mouthwatering for bike lovers.

”When you see a governor on a bandana, with my bling bling just looking like one of them, I’m telling you that look, this man was a doctor at 23, professor at 32 and governor at a very… and is performing; so I can be like you! Just look at the crowd, this is record breaking. I have broken my own record. Last year, it was a huge success but today, I am afraid if the carnival tomorrow will be able to carry this bikers’ parade that we did today,” Governor, Ben Ayade said.

He continued jokingly

“Red scorpion but if you look at the head, it is a crocodile; if you look at the fins it tells you that look – I am an Octopus. You can’t really tell my story, I have the capacity to change at all times. If I want to be a young person, I will; as a professor, I will; as a senator, I will; if I want to behave like a lawyer, I will; but more importantly, that I don’t forget my history.
So, my bike tells the story of the blend in one person, and that is the story that you see in that. It is custom made, designed by myself and produced only to me in the entire world.” 
In Kenya, flashy governors who go wild and harmless with super motors include Mombasa Governor Ali Joho, former Kiambu Gov William Gabogo and current Nairobi governor Mike Sonko
Calabar festival

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