Cross Rivers State governor, Ben Ayade’s wife, Dr. Linda Ayade’s sexual past is not driving him nuts.
Rather, it gladdens his heart to the point that on Thursday in Calabar he talked about it while delivering a lecture on the HIV/AIDS scourge to mark the 2016 World Aids Day.
He said: “I should say to the teenagers here today that when somebody leads you to the altar, at the end of that day he should be glad to say I married my wife a virgin.”
The Cross Rivers first lady who bore the governor three children holds an MBBS from the University of Port Harcourt and an MPH from University of Wolverhampton, majoring in Health Improvement and Health Promotion.
Her microbiologist turned politician husband said at the occasion that condom does not prevent STD 100 percent, saying “when people use condom, they think they are safe which is the major cause of infection because evidence abound that the use of condom does not provide total protection against HIV/AIDS since the condom itself has small holes that are 0.05 wider than microbes, which makes HIV virus to pass successfully.”