According to Professor Chukwuma Soludo, the governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi’s alleged investment in the state’s government is worth virtually nothing. Obi is the presidential candidate for the Labour Party.
In an interview with Politics Today that aired on Channels TV on Thursday, Soludo made this claim.
Soludo responded simply, “I don’t know about the investment,” when asked about his opinions on government investments outside the public sector in relation to Obi, the previous governor of Anambra.
“The topic of our interview is the 2023 budget. I’m not talking about any of the investments that my ancestors made. By the way, I’m not familiar with the one you described. I read once about someone who was making a hypothetical investment.
Nearly 5,000 people in the state will soon receive job letters, claims Soludo. “More than 5,000 teachers are receiving job letters,” he said, signaling the end of the period without instructors in the classrooms.
According to Soludo, “Our general hospitals are staffed by more than 240 doctors and consultants, which is a blessing,” if you look at the five fingers strategy of our programs. Our budget was designed with the intention of staying focused.
In the online teacher recruitment test for the state of Anambra, only 6,000 of the 31,000 applicants were selected.