Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Anambra 2021: Think Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo, Think Of 21st Century Industrial Revolution- SSM BOT Chairman, Prince Dr. Okechukwu Obi


According to business dictionary, Industrialization is a process by which traditionally non-industrial sectors such as Agriculture, education, health and other critical sectors of the economy become increasingly similar to the manufacturing sector of the economy. Industrialization is also a socioeconomic development based on factory production, division of labor, concentration of industries, and population in certain geographical areas, and urbanization.

The Board of Trustees Chairman, Soludo Solution Movement (SSM), Prince Dr. Okechukwu Obi has in a media chat with our reporter today stressed the importance of Industialization towards the growth and development of Anambra economy while he called on Anambrarians to give full support to Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo as the best APGA Candidates and best Governorships aspirants in Anambra state comes 2021.
The BOT Chairman of Soludo Solution Movement (SSM) stated, "that Professor Soludo will ensure that the industrialization efforts of Governor Willie Obiano and other past Governors get the needed boost in line with what is obtainable in this modern economic growth and development for sustainable socioeconomic growth and development of critical sectors of the state".

SSM Group Board of Trustees Chairman, Prince Dr. Okechukwu Obi then appealed to Anambrarians to build all their political structure around Soludo as the best candidate of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) so as to promote viable industrial revolution in the state.

He defines Industrialization as transformation away from an agricultural - or resource based economy, toward an economy based on mass production or manufacturing. Industrialization is usually associates with increases.
Prince Dr. Okechukwu Obi noted that Anambrarians will see the impacts of Professor Charles Soludo in every aspects of the economy in the state as industrialization is the key to ending youths and women unemployment in the state; Soludo as Obianor's successor will put the state in the pedestal of number one 21st century global economic growth and development as he is poised to promote amongst Anambrarians both Youth and Women empowerment, employment opportunities, and Development in Agriculture, science and technology, Marine services, commerce and industry as well as other critical sectors of the economy.

According to him, a Professor of Development Economist ones said: "Development and Change is Catholic when it comes to method- as long as the analysis is empirically grounded, historically contextualized, critical of development economic discourses, socially perspective, politically relevant and theoretically informed".

Speaking further, he said that in today's political economy of industrialization, SSM Group has the political, economic, and socio-cultural trust that Professor Charles Soludo, a first class Economist, World Distinguished Professor of Economics, a fountain of knowledge with theoretical and practical micro and macro economic background, no doubt, will promote industrial revolution in Anambra state to an enviable heights in the state with visible outcome of rapid technological progress; providing solutions to the negative effects of a consuming economy, inequality amongst Citizens, Youths and Women unemployment, robotization and climate change.
Professor Charles Soludo is the only solution comes 2021.

Prince Dr. Obi Okechukwu while Commending the Achievements so far by this present Administration of Governor Willie Obianor of Anambra State in terms of promoting industrial revolution , stated that Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo as his successor comes 2021 will deepen the the success of industrialization, that nowadays, and future that Soludo as incoming Governor will curtail distributional consequences of manufacturing growth, and give room for, or promote balanced political power in the state with an organized structural transformation towards manufacturing in a fair socially responsive and politically feasible manner.

No comments:

Post a Comment