Why I didn’t Join APC, PDP in 2019, Southeast Politician Reflects on his Presidential Race

Why I didn’t Join APC, PDP in 2019, Southeast Politician Reflects on his Presidential Race

  • Kingsley Moghalu, a former deputy governor of CBN has again reflected on his presidential race in 2019
  • The Nigerian politician disclosed why he did not defect to the All Progressives Congress and Peoples Democratic Party
  • Moghalu who recently joined the African Democratic Congress noted that both parties cannot help project his vision for Nigeria

A former deputy governor of the Central Bank Nigeria (CBN), Kingsley Moghalu, says he had an opportunity to join the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2019 but refused.

Moghalu explained that neither of the parties can help to actualise his vision for Nigeria.

The Punch reports that he made this disclosure while speaking during an interview on Sunday, October 17.

Why I didn’t join APC, PDP in 2019, Kingsley Moghalu reflects on his presidential race
The Nigerian politician says the APC and PDP cannot help him actualise his Nigerian vision. Photo credit: Kingsley Moghalu
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Moghalu recently joined the African Democratic Congress to pursue his presidential ambition.

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He said:

“I do not believe that the Nigerian political leadership class is sincere or capable of changing this country for the better.
“In 2019, I had the opportunity to join the PDP or the APC but I advised myself to introduce my vision to Nigerians and take a long-term approach to my political career.
“Because I did not feel satisfied just going in to become part of the system that feeds fat on the commonwealth of Nigerians. If I join APC or PDP today, I have gone to take care of myself but the vision I have for the people, I do not think these parties are able to accommodate it, I don’t think they are able to execute it.
“So we must build an alternative to them and educate the voters towards that alternative.”

Moghalu further lamented that the economic situation in the country is frustrating, noting that youths travelling abroad shouldn’t be blamed.

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He affirmed thus:

“Look at young people in this country, everyone wants to go, leave the country because there is so much misery, so much economic frustration.
“And I don’t blame them for leaving. My heart goes out to those young people. I want to lead the creation of a new Nigeria to which they can return.”

2023: Pastor Bakare speaks in videos after meeting Buhari

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Pastor Tunde Bakare, the serving overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church (CGCC) has given only hints about his discussion with President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, October 15.

The Christian cleric who in a video noted that his talk with President Buhari is a secret between them explained that nothing stops him from contesting in the 2023 presidential election.

Bakare told State House correspondents on Friday after his closed-door meeting with the president that he tabled before the Nigerian leader his future plans.

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Ekiti 2022: Nigerian governor says no political position is worth the blood of anybody

Earlier, the Ekiti state governor, Kayode Fayemi, has said no political ambition is worth the life of any Nigerian.

The governor made the remark while giving a speech to mark his third year in office at the state assembly complex, in Ado-Ekiti.

While calling on politicians to shun politics of bitterness, Fayemi assured that he would not be distracted by the politics of who succeeds him in 2022.

Source: Legit.ng

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