Read what he told Punch below:
“When you work hard, there shall surely be rewards. It is like going to school, doing well and making your family proud. There is no way that you would not be appreciated one way or the other. That is exactly what we have seen. I agree that the office is a very demanding one but I am equal to the task. I will have people to work with and being a hard worker I know I would be able to make the best of the situation.”
“There will be no case of distraction because the job is going to be about what I am used to doing. I have been an ambassador to different companies and now that I am representing a state government, much won’t change. Already this year, I have had at least two hit songs despite my very tight schedule and I know I won’t relent. I will surely make my fans happy this festive season.”
Ben Ayade, Cross River state governor recently made Iyanya an ambassador of the state, and some perks like an office, an official car and even a salary came with the appointment.