Dishonor me in public if I fail as governor, Soludo tells Anambra voters – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

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The candidate for governor of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) for the state of Anambra in the November 6 ballot, Professor Charles Soludo, on Saturday urged the population to dishonor him if he wins and fails to deliver his campaign manifesto.

Soludo, a former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, who said this when launching the APGA campaign in Awka, while unveiling his manifesto, claimed he was the most qualified based on his exposure. international and national.

“We don’t make empty promises. We are talking about what we can do. Whatever I say here, I will. This is my social contract with you. It has four large buckets. It will be downloaded and shared with everyone. We will not take the people of Anambra for granted. We will take our campaign to your doorstep. We will carry the message to all families, all villages and all. I will not learn on the job. My team is the most experienced.

“We have distinguished records in the public service, with international and national exposure. It will be jobs, jobs, jobs when I’m governor. At least a thousand young people must be employed per year. We will create a digital state where the Anambra can be at home and make millions. Our social contract supports the green economy for a sustainable environment. We will build and consolidate all of the projects completed by our Governor, Chief Willie Obiano and other APGA Governors. We will work in partnership with all stakeholders. If I don’t do what I promised, hold me on my pants, ”he added.

Also speaking, APGA National President Chief Victor Oye called on voters to vote Soludo as he believes he has excellent leadership and academic qualities which, if implemented, would transform the State of Anambra in Dubai.

Earlier, Gov. Willie Obiano said a vote for the APGA was a vote for prosperity, integrity, accountability and progress, and urged voters not to let the opportunity slip away.

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