Lady Chukwudozie hails Gov Soludo’s vision as Anambra attracts new car assembly plant
The chairman of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) for Anambra, Enugu and Ebonyi States, Lady Ada Chukwudozie has commended the Governor of Anambra State, Professor Charles Soludo for his visionary leadership, efforts and performance towards repositioning and making Anambra a smart, mega and prosperous State.
The MAN boss spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony of Kojo Motor Auto Assembly and Natural Gas facility in Umunya, Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State on Saturday.
She lauded Prof. Soludo’s grand agenda of developing Anambra State and putting her on the global map as one of the most industrialized and technologically advanced State in Nigeria where people will desire to live, do business with ease and prosper.
“Our Governor’s vision is clear and well-articulated. He is getting his strategy right as we can all see with what is happening today. All his actions and engagements so far are geared towards making Anambra State an industrial and technology hub with beehive of activities in every sector of our economy which ultimately will boost the GDP of the State. Gov. Soludo is a square peg in a square hole, a man who practices what he preaches. From his clothes, to his shoes, to his cars, our Governor patronizes and promotes indigenous production and local manufacturing which is what ‘MAN’ represents. Indeed, Ndi Anambra are lucky to have his quality of person as our Governor this time” Lady Chukwudozie said.
She called on all Ndi Anambra to support Governor Soludo, whom she described as a go-getter and an exemplary leader who walk his talk.
Lady Ada Chukwudozie also commended the Chairman of Kojo Motors, Chief Ikenna Oguegbu for the thoughtful decision of bringing his investment home to Anambra State.
She said the investment will create wealth and employment for the state.
She thanked the traditional ruler of Umunya, Igwe Chris Onyekwuluje, his cabinet and the entire community for welcoming and supporting the investment in their community.