Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo joined Anambra indigenes today, July 30, during its monthly sanitation.
The governor got his hands dirty as he used a shovel to pack dirt out of gutters.
On Facebook, he wrote: ‘We do not make excuses for things undone or wait for perfect conditions to get things right.
‘This morning, I joined Anambra on our end of the month sanitation exercise. It is a civic responsibility, and part of the collective ownership we must show to matters of the environment.
‘Never mind I did it the “village boy” way. When you are Charley Nwa Mgbafor, it takes a lot to outgrow the mannerisms that comes with it.’