- Minister Chris Ngige got it hot from Kingsley Moghalu for speaking about the latter and his loss at the 2019 election
- Moghalu reminded Ngige that he is not visionless and would not rely on rigged elections
- The professor described Ngige as an arrogant politician who does not care about the people of the country
The call by Chris Ngige, minister of labour, asking Igbo people to join the All Progressives Congress (APC) has received a response from Kingsley Moghalu, presidential candidate of the Young Progressive Party (YPP), in the 2019 election.
Ngige had said that Moghalu lost the 2019 presidential election because he did not seek for the position on the platform of a recognised political party.
Moghalu, a professor, called Ngige an arrogant politician who does not care about the impact of his activities on the masses.
He also told the minister that he does not believe in rigging elections.
Premium Times reports that Mogbalu, who said he was not a visionless or recycled politician, added that he would never claim a mandate when he knows that the election that brought such victory was rigged and riddled with violence.
To him, the labour minister is the reflection of contempt and arrogance who sees democracy as game and nothing more.
The former presidential candidate said activities and positions like the ones of Ngige are the reasons Nigeria has remained the poverty headquarters of the world.
He also attributed the way Ngige sees democracy as part of the reasons for the brain drain of Nigeria's medical doctors to developed countries.
Moghalu argued that the country does not need a focus on just an Igbo president but one that knows what it takes to lead the country out of its challenges.
He also insisted that southeast people who are in government have not truly served the people of the zone.
According to him, many of those who are picked from the extraction to occupy government offices are not competent and lack the capacity to handle affairs.
Legit.ng reported how Ngige recently blast Igbo people for claiming that they have been marginalised by the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The minister had claimed that Buhari had brought development to the southeast, mentioning the second Niger bridge as a case.
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