Anambra Governor-Elect reassured Amanuke people of his obligation towards modification of the state

…vows that his campaign promises are a social contract with Anambra people

The Anambra State Governor-elect, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo declared that his campaign promises are not mere political statements, but social contracts with the Anambra people and he has hit the ground running.

Professor Soludo said this While welcoming Amanuke elders in council that visited him in his country home Isuofia.

He assured them that his administration will ensure even development of all the communities and is discouraging communities in Anambra to be trooping to his community for solidarity visit.

The Anambra Governor-elect Prof Soludo said he was committed to the transformation of the state, stressing that he will ensure impactful leadership and realization of his campaign promises.

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He said the task before him was huge and that his vision for a better and industrialized Anambra State was achievable and as such, all hands must be on deck to actualize his vision for the state.

On his part, the Leader of the Amanuke delegation, Barrister Jonas Okolo thanked the Governor elect and assured him of the support of the Igwe elect of Amanuke, Chief Dennis Ezebuilo, Amanuke Elders Council and all Amanuke people.

The delegation among other things, expected to see a quantum leap in the economic transformation of the State and Amanuke Eri and the development of human capital especially in the productive sector of the economy, under the new administration.

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The Amanuke delegation later presented a big framed portrait of the Governor-elect as a mark of appreciation and support from the Igwe elect of Amanuke and Amanuke people.

The Governor Elect, Professor Chukwuman Soludo is of the view that Anambra must be transformed to a mega industrialized economy.

Onuora Aninwobodo
For: Igwe Elect of Amanuke

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