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Soludo 1 Year Report Card
This report provides an overview of the progress made by the administration of Prof Charles Soludo of Anambra state in fulfilling his 100 most important promises as tracked by AdvoKC in his first year in office. The report also prioritizes ten promises that AdvoKC believes the Governor should have made substantial progress on within the one-year timeframe. Download the report below
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Latest Tracked Promises


Treat Broadband As a Critical Infrastructure

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HoR Promise on ‘Right to Food’ Bill Passage Compromised by Rejection of the Clause in Constitutional Amendment

Promise: Passage of the Right to Food Bill (introduced in the House in the 8th Assembly) to create a regime of food security

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Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo Signs MoU with EEDC to Achieve 24-Hour Power Supply: Promise Rating "In The Works"

Promise: We will Crack the nuts on power to achieve a 20-24-hour uninterrupted power supply in Anambra State

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Latest Articles

Climate Article 
January 13, 2023


Climate change refers to long-term changes in the Earth's climate, including temperature, precipitation, and weather patterns. These changes are primarily caused by human activities, such as burning fossil fuels and deforestation, which release greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. These gases trap heat from the sun, causing the Earth's temperature to rise.

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Promise Reminder
November 30, 2022

PROMISE REMINDER: Soludo’s yearly youth skills development program yet to begin

The Anambra state Governor, Professor Charles Soludo, in his manifesto promised to train at least 3,000 youths yearly under a skills development program on the creative industry value chain.

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Climate Article 
November 29, 2022


In a world presently punctuated by tensions, wars, inflation and other social and economic problems, global warming is relegated to a lesser issue. The governments of the world are all trying to save their economies and social and institutional stability.‍

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About Us

Who we are

We are a group of young, non partisan, talented, committed individuals that have a common goal of bringing truth to politics.

What we do

We track promises made by elected officials, remind elected officials about their promises, fact check political statements and advocate for improved climate polices.
AdvoKC is a Civic Tech platform established to help citizens engage, track and hold elected officials accountable.

How we do it

We rate campaign promises based on verifiable outcomes, not on intentions or effort. To create our promise meters, we pore through speech transcripts, TV appearances, position papers and campaign websites looking for promises. We define a promise as a prospective statement of an action or outcome that is verifiable.

Our Advisory Board

Serah Makka-Ugbabe

Executive Director, Engagement and Mobilization, ONE

Faith Nwadishi

Executive Director, Centre for Transparency

Dayo Ibitoye

Communication and Knowledge Management Specialist, World Bank

Olumide Abimbola

Executive Director, APRI - Africa Policy Research Institute.

Dr. Nuhu Aliyu Ahmed

Lecturer, University of Maiduguri

Shamsudeen Adio Yusuf

Technical Advisor- Electoral Affairs, EPSAO project at GIZ

Wukeh Egem-Odey

Finance Expert


Is AdvoKC backed by government?

No. AdvoKC is a non-partisan non-profit civictech that is driving participatory politics across Nigeria.

How is AdvoKC funded?

AdvoKC is funded through grants from international organizations and impact investors, donations, and advertisements on our digital platform.

How will AdvoKC reach the grassroot?

AdvoKC will work with local champions and activists to disseminate report to the grassroot. AdvoKC will also engage citizens through sensitization programmes, town hall meetings and radio programmes to keep citizens informed.

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