2019: I'm contesting to correct Nigeria's political anomaly - Ezekwesili

2019: I'm contesting to correct Nigeria's political anomaly - Ezekwesili

- Oby Ezekwesili says she is contesting the 2019 presidential elections to correct the nation’s political anomaly

- Ezekwesili described herself as a candidate with the requisite attributes to develop Nigeria

- The presidential candidate said the low level of performance of Nigeria must end and that she represents the new momentum

Presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN), Oby Ezekwesili, says she is contesting the 2019 elections to correct the nation’s political anomaly and usher in good governance.

Ezekwesili made this known in an interview with newsmen while canvassing for votes in Onitsha on Thursday, December 27, NAN reports.

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Legit.ng gathers that the former minister of education, who was flanked by some female supporters during the campaign tagged ‘walk of women’, described herself as a candidate with the requisite attributes to develop Nigeria.

Ezekwesili said previous administrations were purposeless and appeared not to be a government in place for the people but for selfish purposes.

“Our country has been badly managed year after year, political parties after political parties.

“I came to the conclusion that our politics is the problem, because politicians only see presidency as a kind of personal trophy for them. For me, this election is not an election to basically become president.

“The low level of performance of Nigeria must end and for us to end it, we must bring in a new momentum into governance. I represent that new momentum and I am the credible alternative," she said.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Oby Ezekwesili warned against thuggery, military intimidation and harassment of voters in the 2019 elections.

Speaking at a forum on Violence Free Elections, Ezekwesili said the absence of thuggery and military intimidation would be part of the conditions that would guarantee a violence-free poll.

Ezekwesili urged other presidential candidates to believe in the peace accord signed and work towards achieving it.

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