Newly inaugurated minority lawmakers in the Anambra  State House of Assembly have vowed never to allow themselves to be rubber stamp legislators even as they pledged not to be confrontational with Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo.


Making the vow, the Young Progressive Party, YPP, lawmaker representing Nnewi South 1, Hon. Chudi Atuchukwu and his Onitsha South 11 counterpart, Hon. Fred Ezenwa. reiterated the resolve of the minority lawmakers to work with the governor for rapid infrastructural development of the State.


In the words of Atuchukwu, “People that elected me know that it is a round peg in a round hole. I believe in four years people will know we will make quality laws that will benefit our constituents.


“The Governor is our governor irrespective of political party affiliation. We will give executive support, we will not fight the governor but we will not be rubber stamp.


“All we owe the governor is to make sure we support him do the right thing at the right time to ensure that Anambra project is a reality,” he posited.


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