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Anyaoku's Legacies Inspired My Administration - Gov Obiano


By: Ifeanyi Okonkwo

 The Executive Governor of Anambra State Chief Willie Obiano has describe the former Secretary-general of Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku CON, CFR, GCVO as a man whom he will continue to draw inspiration from.

 Obiano made this statement at the 10th Chief Emeka Anyaoku lecture series held at the Dora Akunyili Woman Development Center, Awka, the state capital.

 The number one citizen of Anambra state who was the chief host of the event, in his remark said this year's lecture couldn't have been more timely, particularly for Anambra state as it prepares to elect a new government on November 6.

 "I have always said to myself if chief Emeka Anyaoku could lead the commonwealth with all the diversities that came with it, then, the least I could do is to offer good leadership to Ndi-Anambra".

 "This lecture themed 'Leadership And Good Governance in Nigeria" have reminded Ndi-Anambra on the criteria to lookout for when choosing their next governor.

 "I will continue to draw inspiration from the qualities of Chief Emeka Anyaoku during his days in public office. As the Secretary-general of Commonwealth, Anyaoku initiated measures that ensured the enthronement of democracy and peace in South Africa and many other African Countries. He changed how detained Africans were treated. These act inspired many cultures and tradition in Africa".

 The series of these annual lectures has been hosted earlier by the Lagos, Ogun, Delta and Edo state governments.

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