The Governor of Anambra State, Chukwuma Soludo, on Tuesday, stated that he inherited a paltry sum of N300m from former governor Willie Obiano.
Solduo, had in an interview with Arise TV revealed that Obiano left a debt of over N100bn as of December 2021.
The revelation has got Nigerians talking. Many took to Twitter to react to the allegation by the former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria.
See reactions below;
How is it this easy for Governors to steal?
Surely, we've to reorganise our political parties in order to strengthen our States Houses of Assembly.
Errand boys/Hossana legislators we have don't help.
— Great Oracle (@AbdulMahmud01) March 22, 2022
Obiano stole so much that the only money he left behind for Soludo is ₦300m. What is Soludo supposed to do with 300m? Obiano met more than $400 in office with no single debt, but left ₦300m with lots of debts for Soludo!!!! I am angry all over again. 😡😡😡
— Ajị bussu 🏳🌈 (@AfamDeluxo) March 22, 2022
Peter Obi handed an Anambra state with N75bn in the purse to Wilberforce Obiano, and that one left only N300m for Prof Charles Soludo.
You see why we all want that isi shampoo locked up??😭😭😭
— Cross˚ (@Elkrosmediahub) March 22, 2022
Just 300milion left in the coffers and a 400 billion debt. Soludo not happy, but you know what? He shouldn't complain and go to work, just the same way we asked PMB, not to lament about PDP's 16 years havoc on CBN vault and go to work. I feel for Mr Gov sha.
— Kwaghngu John 🇳🇬 (@DoshimaJohn) March 22, 2022
Obiano left ₦300million behind for Soludo in Anambra State Govt account in 2022. While Peter Obi handed-over ₦75Billion to same Obiano in 2014. And yet some women in Anambra want to Protest Naked in front of EFCC HQ Abuja over the arrest of Obiano. I’m speechless 🤔
— UNCLE DEJI (@DejiAdesogan) March 22, 2022
My candid thought;
Soludo might have a hand in Obiano’s arrest. If he did, I applaud him. You don’t hand over an empty treasury to a Central Banker.
Like I said, this is my personal opinion.
— Henry Shield (@henryshield) March 23, 2022
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