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New year message: Soludo roots for unity, collaboration among Ndi Anambra for prosperous Anambra State

Monday Jan 01, 2024 13:26 pm



By Christian ABURIME
Awka,   News


Governor Chukwuma Charles Soludo of Anambra State has described the year 2024 as a year of changing the gears of development in the state and the country at large.

In his New Year's message at the Governor's Lodge, Amawbia, the Governor reflected on the challenges faced by the state and nation in 2023 and expressed optimism for the future.

The Governor highlighted the resilience of ndị Anambra, acknowledging the sacrifices made by everyone and expressed gratitude to God for abiding grace

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He also noted the state's efforts in implementing measures to address challenges in the past year. He described 2024 as critical and  pivotal in accelerating change by government at all levels.

Moving forward, the Governor emphasized a need for unity and collaboration anong Ndi Anambra and Nigerians alike. He urged the people to work together towards the shared vision of a prosperous and productive Anambra State.

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