There Won't Be Fanfare At My Inauguration, says Soludo

Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo, the Governor-Elect of Anambra State, declared on Thursday that his inauguration on March 17 will be without fanfare. 

He stated that such cash would be used to solve the state's most pressing development challenges.

Soludo stated emphatically that he had adopted an open governance style that would provide Ndi Anambra with openness and accountability, and that his administration would not waste the state's resources on jamborees.

During the inauguration of his 80-man transition committee, led by Mrs Obiageli Ezekwesili, at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Agulu, Anaocha Local Government Area of the state, the new governor bared his soul.

The former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said he will go from the inauguration to his office and then to the slums in Onitsha and its environs, particularly the Okpoko community, where he aims to clean up.

He said anyone nominated to the administration must be ready to work because "there is no time to squander," and that he was committed to revitalize Anambra's economy and put the state on the map globally.

"Immediately following the inauguration, I'll be travelling to Okpoko." I'll work for eight hours straight after the inauguration. He remarked, "Don't expect fanfare because it won't happen."

Soludo committed to finish the projects started by outgoing Governor Willie Obiano and then start new ones, as well as to find competent people to assist the state flourish, regardless of where they came from.

"If a Pakistani can provide us with 24 hours of electricity, I'll invite him in and make him the utilities commissioner." 

People are more concerned with the services they receive than with who provided them. 

We hope to achieve good results in this situation. The end product is what important. "Accountability is essential here," Soludo stated.














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