Governor Chukwuma Soludo of Anambra State has described his 100 days in office as bumpy and challenging but expressed optimism that he would overcome.
In a broadcast to mark the occasion, Soludo urged residents of the state not to commiserate with him over the troubling insecurity in the state occasioned by criminals, codenamed “unknown gunmen”, but to support his government.
He said that having duly applied for the job of governor of the state, he was well aware of the tasks therein.
He said: “We just clocked our first 100 days in office as I and my deputy, Dr Onyekachukwu Ibezim serve you as your governor and deputy governor.
“I am not a fan of marking 100 days in office. I prefer to give you annual report and we look forward to the first one in March next year.
“The last 100 days has been very bumpy and challenging. It has been a case of so far, so bumpy, but so good.
“Everyday we work 24 hours to ensure that we do not disappoint you. We have resolved that we must do that to make you happy and proud.
“I remind everyone who wants to commiserate with me that I duly applied for this job.We have lunched a campaign to restore our homeland.