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PWD In Diaspora Extols Gov Soludo Over Inauguration of Urban Regeneration Council.

by Inclusive News Network

A Person with disability in diaspora, a US based Nigerian with Disability, Mr Eric Ndubueze Ufom has extolled the Governor of Anambra state, Prof. Charles Soludo for inaugurating the Anambra State Urban Regeneration Council and appointing , Hon. Arc. Michael M. Okonkwo, as the pioneer Executive Chairman of the Council.

In a statement shared on social media, Ufom praised Governor Soludo for making history as PWD’s oriented Governor in the history of Anambra State and Nigeria in General.

“His Excellency, Prof. Soludo (CFR), historic inauguration of the Anambra State Urban Regeneration Council, is an excellent, positive move, towards the right direction(s) for Anambra State Government to join the International and Africa’s 21st Century’s Innovative and Technological Space Race”

The visibly amused Mr. Ufom who could not hide his affection for the Governor, noted in sheer excitement that “In the history of Nigeria, since 1914 Amalgamation by the British and 1960 Nigerian Independence, this is the first time a Nigerian State Government officially inaugurated this kind of Disability-Inclusive and Accessible Grassroots, Village movement, Community-based, Innovation and Technological Smart City (Silicon Valley of Anambra)”

The newly appointed Executive Chairman of the council Honorable Arc. Michael M. Okonkwo, in his swift acceptance speech during the official launching of the new council expressed immense gratitude and heartfelt appreciation to the Governor for finding him and others worthy of such assignment.

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