Charles Soludo, the governor of Anambra State, has refuted claims that 800 farming tractors were bought for farmers with a portion of the federal government’s palliative grant to the state.
The news, the governor said, is totally untrue and unworthy.

Through Christian Aburime, his press secretary, he made this announcement.
Aburime emphasized that the Charles Soludo government is dedicated to accountability and openness and has always put the needs of the people first.

He said, “We wish to categorically state that these claims are without merit and are completely false.”Under Governor Soludo’s direction, the Anambra State Government has always been dedicated to open and responsible governance, with a primary focus on the welfare of its residents, especially farmers.

The Soludo administration has provided over 100,000 households in the state with 1,100,000 hybrid coconut and palm seedlings, inspiring hope that many may be lifted out of poverty. This was funded by budgetary allotment to agriculture rather than any palliative care fund.

Online rumors are spreading that Governor Chukwuma Charles Soludo, CFR, bought 800 tractors with state palliative funds and gave them away for free to farmers. However, this is not the case.

The administration stays under the parameters of responsible spending and careful money management. Any implication that suggests differently is false and deceptive.

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