There’s A Unique Potential In Every Anambra Child That We Must Harness … Mrs Soludo

Obiajulu Joel Nwolu

The wife of Anambra State governor-elect, Mrs Nonye Soludo, has said that every Anambra child is blessed with a unique potential that must be harnessed to help in the developmental process of the state.

Mrs Soludo who stated this while exchanging views with newsmen, said that each Anambra child represents a collective dream of a progressive diligent culture, can-do spirits and stoical ideology, emphasizing that it makes the political process easier to identify these unique breeds and integrate them into the socio-developmental policies of the state.

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The governor-elect’s wife who noted that she is focused on helping her husband, Professor Chukwuma Suludo build an ideal environment for all Anambra children to thrive, pointed out that there is a crucial need to develop a fair ground that avials every Anambra person an equal opportunity to showcase their distinctiveness and take a crucial role in repositioning the state.

Mrs Nonye Soludo

She stated that her husband has demonstrated an egalitarian priority in selecting professionals who would coordinate transitioning of the new government, emphasizing that that the inclusion of foremost World Bank executive, Mrs Oby Ezekwesili to lead the team, as well as the inclusion of other notable female professionals, demonstrates a willingness to lead in the right way by involving all gender and giving equal response to all governmental calls.

Mrs Soludo, who noted that she has already developed a roadmap for her own social intervention scheme, added that the her focus would be on creating a unique social paradigm that takes note of issues affecting all Anambra women and children, and developing an immediate necessary solution.

She said that he goal is to help her husband bridge the gap between women empowerment and socio-economic independence for rural dwellers, observing that thousands of rural women and children still need immediate reach to help them get through poverty and economic deprivations.

This post was written by Obiajulu Joel Nwolu.

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