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Soludo’ll create more opportunities – Ezekwesili

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…Says Obiano’s vision responsible for gov’s support

FORMER Minister of Education and Chairperson of Anambra State Combined Transition Committee, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, has projected the incoming administration of Prof. Charles Soludo’s capability to create more opportunities for ndi Anambra.

  Ezekwesili made the projection in an address she delivered as part of the committee’s closing ceremony in Golden Tulip Hotel, Agulu, Anaocha Local Government Area, on Tuesday.

  Describing the 80-member committee’s agenda in the three-day retreat as wholly transformational, since they will break into virtual sessions along sub-committees, Ezekwesili explained that sufficient details will be exerted on every aspect of their assignment to ensure seamless transition that will make Anambra experience inclusive growth and development under the incoming government beginning from March 17.

  The former vice president of World Bank also explained that Prof. Soludo’s antecedent as globally recognised technocrat informed her confidence in the governor-elect’s capacity to deliver.

  According to her, only living up to this billing will justify Gov. Willie Obiano’s sound judgement and visionary devotion to tomorrow that made him to mobilise ndi Anambra to vote massively for Soludo.

  Earlier in his own address to their members, Secretary to Anambra State Government (SSG), Prof. Solo Chukwulobelu expressed optimism that Gov. Obiano’s good legacies will be sustained by the incoming administration.

  Explaining  that part of the combined transition committee’s work was to help the incoming government understand what the current administration has done by assisting it to take-off smoothly, Chukwulobelu also used the medium to describe those behind rumours of rift between Gov. Obiano and Prof Soludo as enemies who do not wish Anambra State well.

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