Race For Presidency 2023: 21 Local Government Coordinators For MOGHALU4NIGERIA (M4N) Meet In Lokoja

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As the race for 2023 begins, it was a breath of fresh air on Saturday being 15th January 2022 at the meeting hall as all 21 Local Government coordinators for #Moghalu4Nigera KOGI STATE CHAPTER converged on the State’s Capital Lokoja, for a progressive meeting.

Speaking at the round table meeting, the state coordinator Ajodo Lawrence Onuh  declared that “the struggle to rescue Nigeria and Nigerians from the shackle of underdevelopment and abject poverty has begun” stressing that “it is operation house to house campaign for Professor Kingsley Moghalu not just in Kogi State but across the North central and Nigeria at large.”

He therefore called on the coordinators to work assiduously to ensure Professor Kingsley Moghalu is elected Nigeria’s President come 2023.

Coordinators from the 21 Local Government areas of Kogi state in their separate remark, all agreed to work both day and night to ensure Professor Kingsley Moghalu is elected as Nigeria’s president come 2023.

Coordinators For Professor Kingsley Moghalu 2023 Presidency In A Round Table Talk In Lokoja

Professor Kingsley Moghalu who is a presidential aspirant under AFRICAN DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS who is making waves in the state, and able men and youth across all 21 Local Government have accepted him in warm embrace are clamouring for support of his candidacy in the coming Presidential election in 2023.

Nigeria has come to a borderline where she needs a trustworthy young man with good heart and a man that understands the language of true federalism without subject of bad track records to take the Nation to that land of milk and honey.

Moghalu is an expert in Economic Development and Political/Economic Analysis with full training and practice back in Nigeria and Overseas who has worked as CBN’s deputy boss in the time past.

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