Traders selling at the Bridgehead Market in Onitsha, Anambra State have consolidated Governor Chukwuma Soludo with their vote of confidence. This is owing to his giant strides, particularly in the areas of security, environment mental management, trade, commerce in his 100 days of being in office.
The traders under the aegis of the Bridgehead Market Traders Leaders of Thought have said he hasn’t lacked in terms of his foremost social contract with the people, which is the protection of lives and properties.
The Chairman, Chief Bournaventure Ucheagwu, applauded on behalf of the group the appointment of Dr. Obinna Ngonadi as the Commissioner for Commerce and Industry. The appointment they belief put the square peg in the square hole.
He further commented on how Soludo’s timely intervention through the Ministry of Commerce and Industry brought salvation to business activities in the State, resulting in the active participation of a reasonable percentage of the State in its economy.
The group also praised the Governor over his recent visit to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu which he described as proactive step to nip in the bud negative security development which has constituted concern to all and sundry.
The statement reads in part: “It is with a deep sense of great honor and responsibility that pass vote of implicit confidence to Mr Governor and his capable team for this Ninety Days in office which is associated with great strides in the areas of Security, Environmental Management and Trade And Commerce.
“This is with special reference to the selfless service of Your Hon Commissioner for Commerce And Industry Dr Obinna Ngonadi who have Proven to be a square Peg in the Square Hole in line with the vision and mission of Mr Governor.
“Mr Governor went extra miles to ensure that the lives of Ndi Anambra both at home and all over the country were secured by assuring our fellow citizens of other etinic groups that their lives matters.
“The parkage is full and ready to take Ndi Anambra to our desired enviable heights, the time management, agile and eminently qualified men and women so far appointed as Commissioners and Special Advisers especially that of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
“The practical cleaning of our littered environment which was left unattended to many months before your assumption of office, eradication of touts and its menace on our citizens, practical introduction of made in Anambra household, footwear, clothing and even vehicles has actually completed the circle and brought answers to our generational quest to think home mantra.”