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Moghalu speaks on loss of ADC 2023 presidential ticket



Former deputy governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Kingsley Moghalu has reacted to his shocking loss of the presidential ticket of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) to Dumebi Kachikwu, founder of Root Television, at the primaries held on Wednesday, in Abeokuta, Ogun State..

Kachikwu was elected by the delegates with 977 votes, while Mr Moghalu finished second with 589 votes.

The defeat was a shock to Moghalu who was the candidate of the Young Progressive Party (YPP) presidential in 2019 and to any Nigerians.

Moghalu who had since the last presidential election remained in public space about his ambition to rule the country said he does not know his next plan after the loss of the presidential ticket.

He added that the loss of the presidential ticket require deep reflection and as a result, he cannot make immediate determination of his future political pursuit.

Moghalu however said he remains committed to a united and prosperous Nigeria and will always be available to serve the country.

He said, “As a person of faith, I believe that God knows his plans for me, and will lead me to a perfect end that I as a mere mortal do not know now.

“I would like to thank all my well-wishers within and beyond the party, the delegates that voted for me, my teeming supporters, and Nigerians at large yearning for a new and different kind of leadership I represent.

“I would also like to congratulate some of the other aspirants who embraced a different kind of politics and leadership for our country.

“For me, the process and outcome of the presidential primary require deep reflection, and I will be doing so. As a result, I will make no immediate determination of my future political pursuit.

“However, my commitment to a united and prosperous Nigeria remains unwavering. I remain available to serve our country.”.

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