He admonished youths to collaborate with his government to help create a good and prosperous society by joining to combat insecurity being fuelled by some youths.
“Youths must be part of the future we are building because there is no future without youths, you must be the light of the nation, if you see something, say something, there is no place for anybody with guns in any bush in Anambra.
“We have a huge agenda for youths in terms of employment and empowerment, learn skills and the state government will support you; we have N2.5 billion for that purpose,” he said.
On his part, Mr Innocent Nduanya, National Vice President of National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) thanked Soludo for engaging youths in his administration while calling on the appointees to justify their task.
Nduanya said youths were ready to take charge of their destiny and urged them to express themselves in the coming election by voting according to the future they desired.
Mr Patrick Aghamba, the Commissioner for Youth Development, thanked Anambra youths for their active participation at the event while assuring them that his ministry would help them attain their highest heights possible.
Prof. Kate Omenugha, former Commissioner for Basic Education, delivered the lecture entitled “Solution for Digital Transformation”.