Soludo alleged Peter Obi’s investment was “next to nothing.”
Chukwuma Soludo, governor of Anambra States, said that the professed investment by former governor Peter Obi was “next to nothing.” Soludo gave this statement during a press interview with Channel’s TV Politics today, monitored by The Punch.
Purported investments by Peter Obi worth next to nothing, says Governor Chukwuma Soludo of Anambra State.#CTVTweets#PoliticsToday pic.twitter.com/MFDRCHubIm— Channels Television (@channelstv) November 10, 2022
When asked about his viewpoint on the government’s contribution to the public area concerning Obi as a previous governor in Anambra, professor Chukwuma Soludo responded, “I don’t know about the investment. Our interview is about 2023 budget.”
Soludo added,” I’m not talking about the investments of any of my predecessors. By the way the one that you talked about I don’t know about that.”
“I think there was something I read about somebody speculating about whatever investment.”
Then he directly alleged Obi’s purported investment by saying,” With what I’ve seen today, the value of those investment is worth next to nothing.”
But Soludo confirmed the facts,” Anambra State has the lowest unemployment rate of any state in Nigeria at 13%. Poverty rate declined from 53% to 14.78% under Peter Obi.”
This is to show you this man is very confused…..Soludo with his mouth confirmed that poverty rate dopped from 53% to 14.78% Under Peter Obi… But becos envy, jealousy, and bitterness have set in, he is trying to run a smear campaign…— Blossom martins🇬🇧 (@blossommartins) November 11, 2022
Lemme laugh….I hope he is ready sha 🤣 pic.twitter.com/cTU9wfb5Hh
In the meantime, Soludo declared that more than five thousand in the state would receive their employment letter in a few days.
Review that no less than 6,000 of 31,000 candidates who took part in the online-based employment examination for teachers’ posts in Anambra state scaled through.
Two months after the presumption of office to reinforce educator/students proportion in the state, professor Chukwuma commanded for recruitment of both primary and secondary teachers.
Mr Paul Nwosu, Commissioner for information of Anambra States, said that 6,250 competitors were shortlisted for oral interviews following the new teacher’s CBT (Computer Based Test) for the teacher’s recruitment throughout the state.
Paul Nwosu indicated that Among 6250 shortlisted teachers, 3,250 teachers would recruit to primary schools, and the other 3,000 educators would join secondary schools. He added that the July 2022 teacher’s interviews had been booked to start and would continue for two weeks.
In the meantime, following the discussion that followed the first online-based CBT, Soludo commanded its undoing and coordinated that it ought to be rehashed, with the state government bearing the expense caused by the candidates.