All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) chieftain in Anambra State, Ikechukwu Tabansi has told the people of the state not to expect much from Charles Soludo in his first year as governor.
As you may know, the former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor will be sworn in on March 17.
Speaking about it, Tabansi noted that infrastructure and economic situation might affect Soludo’s programmes and policies.
According to him, the poor state of roads and others were factors that could slow down the speed of the incoming government.
“In spite of building an airport, it was wrong for the present administration to neglect other sectors, especially the roads.
In addition to fixing the roads, the payment of workers’ salaries, among other compelling needs, will be waiting for him.”
Going further, Tabansi observed that there were public expectations that the problems would be solved within one year.
However, he added that he don’t expect much because the nation is experiencing economic downturn.
Tabansi concluded by saying that with the people’s support, Soludo will perform well in office.
Credit: Daily Post