2023 Presidential aspirant of the Youth Progressive Party, Kingsley Moghalu, has stated that his vision for Nigerian transcends ethnicity.
Speaking through his official Twitter page on Saturday, he said that even though he’s proud of being an Igbo man, that what the country needs now are healing and transformative leadership.
He also revealed that he has played key positions in fixing broken nations through the United Nations and understand that two wrongs do not make a right and so will work to fix the nation.
“When I ran for President in 2019 I ran as a Nigerian candidate for the Nigerian presidency, not as an “Igbo” candidate. In 2023, I intend to run again as a Nigerian, not an ethnic candidate. No apologies. I am a proud Nigerian and a proud Igbo, but my vision transcends ethnicity. I cannot say I am running with answers to the problem of our fractured nationhood and be running on the basis of THE PROBLEM. After playing key roles in fixing broken nations around the world as a #UN diplomat, after helping stabilize and grow Nigeria’s economy @cenbank 2009-2014
“I can’t do otherwise. Our country needs healing. Two wrongs won’t make right. We need visionary, transformative leadership. That, not parochial, ethnic politics, is what I offer our country if Nigerians give me the opportunity.”