Friday, August 17, 2018

Nigerian President Aspirant Blast other Politicians, Says They are Clowns

Kingsley Moghalu

Professor Kingsley Moghalu, a presidential aspirant on the platform of the Young Progressive Party, has described Nigerian politicians as clowns who do not have the interest of citizens at heart.
 He made the comment on Wednesday, August 15, during a book reading event organised by the management of the Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital, Vanguard reports.
It was gathered that Moghalu stated that politicians are busy crossing from one party to the other because of their own interests, instead of designing manifestos to impact positively on ordinary Nigerians.
He also condemned the recent invasion of the National Assembly by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS). He said: “Most politicians in Nigeria don’t have respect for the rule of law.
The impunity of the DSS to invade the National Assembly is unacceptable. If some of the agencies of the government can’t respect the rule of law, how do you expect the president to respect the rule of law? “It is time for all of us as citizens of this nation to get involved in politics. Politicians keep on entertaining us with carpet crossing.
“Every week, there is one defection or the other; people still spend time to defend politicians. We need to go to the polling booths in 2019 to vote them out.
“Nigeria’s politics is not based on policies or intellectual understanding of the system but on sentiments, ethnicity and religion. We are either APC or PDP.“How can people who didn’t go to school be ruling people who are educationally sound? The only reason this is happening is because we have continued to let it happen. It is time for something new, different and bold. “A leader must be ready to take calculated risks because humans like certainty. We like what we are used to. We know that our politicians are up to no good; but we still try to adapt with the situation.
“That way, we will continue to perpetuate a cycle of poverty because we don’t have leaders who can take the society forward.
“The reason for my coming into politics is because I am just one citizen and I am tired of this mess we are in. You cannot build if you are a divider. We must look beyond ethnic division.
“I am a Nigerian running to be a Nigerian president, and I have a vision for which we can fix this country. We lack leaders with vision who can rise to build a great nation.
“To fix the Nigerian economy, you must understand intellectually, what causes poverty and what builds the wealth of a nation.”

Meanwhile, the source previously reported that Kingsley Moghalu declared that he would create a new Nigeria if he wins the 2019 presidential election.
 The former deputy CBN governor said he would launch a new Nigeria, starting from May 29, adding that nothing is working presently in the country

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