A frontline All Progressives Grand Alliance governorship aspirant and former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Prof. Charles Soludo has charged youths to be innovative in thinking at all times.
Professor Soludo who gave the charge today, Monday 12th April 2021 after meeting with members of the National Association of Nigerian Students, Anambra state Chapter in Awka, said that his governorship ambition is anchored on equity, fairness, justice and equitable distribution of resources.
The former CBN boss noted that free and qualitative education remains the best empowerment any serious government can give her citizens.
Members of the association led by the Senate leader, Comrade Chuks Okafor who spoke during the meeting took time to eulogize the economic expert but advised him to always carry members of the association and all other youth organizations along in his quest to govern Anambra state.
They assured him of their support and equally held that he will be the best to govern the state.
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