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Disability community commends Anambra governor-elect Soludo for appointing members in transition committee

Mr Ezewuzie Commended Governor Obiano whom he said has done everything possible to give persons with disability sense of belonging especially in signing the Disability Rights Law.

The Special Adviser to Governor Willie Obiano on Disability Matters Mr Chuks Ezewuzie has Commended the in-coming Governor Professor Chukwuma Soludo for appointing some persons with disability in the eighty-man transition Committee.

The committee which is saddled with the responsibility of ensuring a seamless transition on March seventeenth has Dr Oby Ezekwesili former World Bank executive and one-time Minister of Education as chairperson and more than two persons with disability as members.


Correspondent Valentine Mbadugha reports that speaking to the ABS, Mr Chuks Ezewuzie a lawyer who is a member of the transition committee lauded the level of commitment the in-coming Governor has shown with regards to the welfare of persons with disability in the State.

He expressed optimism that persons with disability who has enjoyed robust relationship with the Obiano led administration will have a fair share under Professor Soludo.

He assured that persons with disability in the State will give the incoming governor the maximum support to enable him achieve his vision of building a prosperous Anambra State.

Mr Ezewuzie Commended Governor Obiano whom he said has done everything possible to give persons with disability sense of belonging especially in signing the Disability Rights Law.

He further noted that the journey of building a more progressive Anambra has just began with inauguration of the committee which he believes so much will do an excellent job.

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