2023: Moghalu promises to create jobs, revamp economy
Kingsley Moghalu, a presidential aspirant on the platform of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), has promised to revamp the economy, create jobs and rebuild the country if elected president in next year’s general elections.
In a statement to journalists on Monday, Moghalu said it would be terrible if Nigerians repeat the same mistake they made in 2019 by electing the wrong individual.
He noted that based on his experience, track record and work, he was the most competent to lead the country out of its current woes, adding that the impact of his life’s work so far has empowered millions in Nigeria and around the world
He added that the position of the president of Nigeria was a job, not an entitlement based on the number of years a candidate has spent in politics or merely on personal ambition.
According to him, “It is up to us as Nigerians to decide if we will be fooled again in 2023. To make real progress, we must break from the past. We must now elect leaders who offer us a clear, coherent vision, competence, and a plan.
“As an aspirant for the position of president of Nigeria in 2023 on the platform of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), I offer our country a clear vision and plan, articulated in my book Build, Innovate and Grow Big.
“The high office of president of Nigeria is a job, not an entitlement based on the number of years a candidate has spent in politics or merely on personal ambition.
In 2023 Nigerians should elect a candidate who has the competencies, experience and performance track record that is directly relevant to the job.
“In 2023, our present national crisis needs us to elect a president of Nigeria that will fix our economy, unite our diverse peoples, secure our territory and our people, and restore our standing in the world.
“I pledge to build and unify our country into one nation with a common national ambition on which we all agree”, the aspirant said the statement.