"Wetin be this? Dividends of democracy": Video shows Governor Soludo doing push-ups, Nigerians react

2023-08-07 14:45:29

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Anambra state, Awka - Asides leading one of the top southeast states, Governor Chukwuma Soludo also wants the people of his state to learn how to stay healthy.

A video of the Anambra state governor exercising among residents in the state has generated reactions online.

The old video shared by a Twitter user Aji Bussu Onye Mpiawa azụ @AfamDeluxo has resulted in Nigerians questioning the action of the governor who was seen doing push-ups and having a good time with Ndi Anambra.

The video of Soludo doing push-ups has generated reactions online. While some applauded him, others criticised him and noted they won't vote for him, for a second term in office.

The Twitter user wrote and shared the video below:

"Governor Soludo delivering good governance to Ndi Anambra. ☻

Nigerians took to Twitter's comment section and reacted to the development. Legit.ng captured some of their opinions.

@realikennaobi tweeted:

"Interestingly impressive. He is the only politician in that can do this thus far."

"This is not a proper press-up, he is not going to gain anything from this, his full body not moving with his chest and arms

@Francismore_ tweeted:

"After all these press up, you still can't press your way into second term. Wait for it."

@aai_austin tweeted:

"Solution nwa Mmgba-afor doing the most after alienating himself from the people with his pen and jealousy.

The Anambra State Government on Thursday, July 20, handed over 19-year-old Mmesoma, who forged her Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) result, to a psychotherapist for three-month guidance and counselling.

The state commissioner for education, Professor Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, confirmed this development at a press briefing in her office in Awka, on Thursday.

The Palliative Committee on Subsidy Removal set up by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu met on Saturday, July 15 in Abuja.

Governors Bala Mohammed of Bauchi, Charles Soludo of Anambra, Uba Sani of Kaduna and Hyacindu Alia of Benue, as well as representatives of the Organised Labour and Civil Society Organisations were in attendance at the meeting.

2023-08-07 News