Anambra State-born billionaire, philanthropist and medical doctor, Godwin Maduka, has talked about what he plans to if he is elected Anambra State governor next year.
At a recent town hall gathering held in his home town, Umuchukwu, Orumba South Local Government Area of the state, the professor of medicine presented his 10-point agenda, saying it is time for Anambra to experience the impact of democracy.
According to him, he wishes to elevate the state to an enviable level, concentrate on health, agriculture, education, tourism, infrastructure, technology, digital economy, religious tolerance, transportation, security, energy and waste management.
He added that his vision for health will involve the maintenance and improvement of the sector.
Born in the year 1959, Maduka began his early education in Nawfia Comprehensive Secondary school, finished at All Saints’ Grammar school before heading to America for further studies. He attended Rust College Holly Springs Mississippi with bachelor’s degree in chemistry, studied at Mercer University School of Pharmacy with doctorate degrees in pharmacy and pharmacology, then later proceeded to University of Tennessee School of Medicine for a doctorate degree in medicine and finally, a post-graduate medical training from Harvard Medical School, Boston Massachusetts, all in the United States.