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The Secretary to the Anambra State Government Professor Solo Chukwulobelu has expressed optimism that Governor Willie Obiano’s good legacies will be sustained by the incoming administration. He stated this while commending the level of commitment displayed by the members of the Combined Transition Committee for a seamless transition on March seventeenth. ABS reports that the combined transition committee inaugurated by the in-coming Governor Professor Chukwuma Soludo on twentieth January has concluded their three-day session at Golden Tulip Hotel Agulu and will continue their meeting virtually to actualize their goal which is to ensure a smooth transition from the outgoing Governor Obiano and the incoming governor Professor Soludo and also help the incoming government take off effectively. Speaking at the closing ceremony of their physical meeting the Secretary to the State Government, Professor Solo Chukwulobelu narrated that part of their work as combined Transition committee is to help the incoming government understand what the current administration has done and to assist it commence smoothly.The Chairperson, Dr Oby Ezekwesili in her remark said that the whole agenda is very transformational as their meetings continue virtually, noting that the combined transition Committee will help the incoming government create more access to opportunities. She expressed belief in the competence and passion of the members of the committee, stating that they will make submissions that will make Anambra experience an inclusive growth under the incoming government. The incoming Governor Professor Soludo thanked the committee for their commitments to the Anambra project. He said that their work is very foundational to achieving a greater and more prosperous Anambra.Some members of the committee, including Mr Joe Anatune and Mr ThankGod Ibeh said that a smooth transition will make the work easy for the incoming government. They expressed confidence that the incoming government will resort to global best practices, due process and excellence in its dealings which they said will make Anambra more productive and prosperous. The President, Anambra State Association of Town Unions, Chief Titus Akpudo and one time representative of Idemili North and South Federal Constituency at the National Assembly, Mr Charles Odedo, Anambra State Commissioner for Housing and Urban renewal Mr Mike Okonkwo all commended the process.