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A former presidential candidate, Prof Kingsley Moghalu says he would run for the Office of the President in the 2023 general elections.
The former deputy governor of Central Bank of Nigeria said the people matters to him.
In a short video, Moghalu started by asking ‘what is the value of a Nigerian life?
“We live daily today under the shadow of terrorists. Our economy is collapsing. Many families cannot afford the price of food.
“Millions of young men and women have no jobs and have no hope.
“Our university students know more about ASUU strikes and long school closures than any skills they need to be competitive in the world of the 21st century.
“Only the rich and powerful can access quality healthcare in our country or abroad as medical tourists, because our health system, like most other systems, is broken.
“I lost my father, Isaac Moghalu, in December 1998 because he had a stroke but the doctors were on strike, and therefore we could not get him adequate healthcare on time.
“Soon after we found a private clinic and moved him there, he went into a coma and passed on shortly afterwards. I was heartbroken. Today, 23 years later, not much has changed. Like many, I have suffered the effects of bad governance in our country.
He said, with life in it increasingly nasty, brutish and short, the very idea of Nigeria is now almost meaningless to many Nigerians. Cries for self-determination fill the air in response to fundamental injustice.
Moghalu stated that only the emergence of visionary, competent and inclusive national leadership, on the one hand, and a fundamental restructuring of Nigeria based on a new people’s constitution, on the other, can arrest Nigeria’s ongoing disorderly and violent degeneration into a completely failed state.
“We were not born to be miserable and to die miserable. Enough is Enough!
“It is now more than ever necessary that we elect in 2023 a leader who is truly committed and has the capacity to initiate the constitutional restructuring of Nigeria.
“A leader who is competent to secure our lives and property, successfully manage our diversity, save our economy, and restore our international respect.
“For the sake of the youth of our country — including my four children — whose future is being drowned in reckless foreign borrowing, and for the sake of all Nigerians suffering and seeking a clear alternative to the status quo, I intend — with all humility — to present myself — again — as a candidate for the Office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the 2023 general elections, Moghalu stated.
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