Major Victory Ahead, As APGA Anambra State Governorship Election Candidate, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, Declares That It Will Be Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, When He Becomes Governor, Announces That He Has Assembled The Most Experienced Team Already, And Will Not Say What He Cannot Do

The Candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, in the Anambra State November 6, 2021, Governorship election, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, has on Saturday, called on the people of the State to disgrace him out of Office, if he wins the election, but fails to deliver on his campaign manifesto, Page 36 learnt.

Prof. Soludo stated this at the APGA campaign flag off, in Awka, the State capital, while unveiling his manifesto.

His exact words: “We do not make empty promises. We talk what we can do. Whatever I say here I will do. This is my social contract with you. It has four big buckets. It will be uploaded and shared to all. We will not take Anambra people for granted. We shall take our campaign to your door. We will take the message to all families, villages, and all. I am not going to learn in the job. My team are most experienced.

“We have distinguished records in public service, with international and national exposure. It will be jobs, jobs, jobs, when I become a Governor. At least one thousand youths shall be employed per year. We shall create a digital State where Anambra people could be at home making millions. Our social contract supports green economy for sustainable environment. We will build and consolidate on all the projects done by our Governor, Chief Willie Obiano, and other APGA Governor. We will partner with all Stakeholders. If I do no do what I promised, hold me on my trousers.”

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