2023 Election: Moghalu joins ADC, declears plan to run for president
Former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Kingsley Moghalu, has declared intentions to contest for the 2023 presidential election under the African Democratic Congress (ADC) political party.
The former CBN deputy governor said he has a vision to heal Nigeria of its economic and security problems using his years of experience gained working in the CBN and the United nations.
I am pleased to announce today that I have joined the African Democratic Congress (ADC) political party. The ADC is a key player in this effort to create a new and bigger “megaparty” platform through a merger of several political parties to take power in 2023 and begin the work of rebuilding our beleaguered country.
“Every part of our Nigeria today can benefit from being part of one big, united, prosperous and powerful nation.
To achieve this vision, we need a new “Third Way” politics anchored on pragmatic ideology and visionary, competent leadership. I believe we can re-engineer Nigeria’s economy through a system of developmental capitalism that taps into the well known dynamism and innovative spirit of Nigerian youth.
He also said that the Police must be decentralized adding that Nigeria is the only Federation where the police is solely controlled by the federal government.
According to him, leaving the Nigerian boarders open for anyone to move in and out of the country is an invitation to crime which he is willing to address if elected president.