As 2023 general election is fast approaching. The Igbos has been clamouring for fairness, equity, and justice in the governance and administration of Nigeria.To have a shot and share in the Presidency.
As the demand and call for Nigerian President of Igbo extraction is gathering momentum.
Who shall the Igbos send as its Presidential candidate among the perceive persons nursing the ambition of contesting the President in 2023 presidential election, irrespective of political party affiliation.
1. Prof. Kingsley Chinedu Moghalu.
2. Sen. Orji Uzor Kalu.
3. Mr Peter Obi.
4. Engr. David Nweze Umahi.
5. Engr Ogbonnaya Onu.
6. Sen. Anyim Pius Anyim.
7. Sen. Dr Chris Ngige.
8. Sen. Rochas Okorocha.
Prof. Kingsley Chinedu Moghalu Candidature will be the best option for Nigeria President of Igbo extraction in 2023 general election
Prof. Kingsley Chinedu Moghalu a former Deputy Governor of Central Bank Of Nigeria, (CBN).
A Presidential Candidate in the 2019 general election under the platform YPP.
He is currently Working at the United Nations (UN) in New York as a Diplomat
Prof. Kingsley Moghalu is a lawyer, Professor, Developmental economist and a diplomat with international sagacity and connections.
A technocrat per-excellence, Prof Moghalu will turn Nigeria into a very competitive economy to match other developed countries, if elected President Of Nigeria.
Prof. Kingsley Moghalu will be the best option of Nigeria at a time like this, where the economy is unstable because of the COVID-19 pandemic that is ravaging the World.
Prof. Moghalu candidature will be acceptable by the youths, professionals, technocrats, Nigerians and best bet for Nigerians in diaspora.
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He is not a typical Nigerian traditional politicians that are re-circling themselves every election period.
He is versatile and has the solution to the Nigeria’s economic, political, security and developmental problems
His candidature will be a welcome development that will easily hand the Igbos the Presidency of Nigeria in 2023.
We shall continue to watch as surprises unfolds