KINGSLEY MOGHALU: COALITION AGAINST BUHARI WILL FAIL

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Kingsley Moghalu, a former Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and  a presidential aspirant in the fast approaching 2019 general election under the platform of Young Progressive Party (YPP) says coalition of the thirty eight opposition parties to unseat president Muhammadu Buhari in next election will fail.

In a statement he released on Tuesday, he says the alliance is legal but it is not what the country need.

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“The shifting allegiances of the same old faces and the same old career politicians will mean the same old problems for Nigeria,” he said.

“Our long-suffering masses now need something new, something different, and something bold if we have truly learnt the lessons of 2015.

“Remember: another coalition brought the APC into the presidency.”

He clamoured for a  paradigm shift in governance and “a regrouping of the booted out PDP and members of the failed APC will not achieve that.”

Moghalu said going by the current state of the country, “things are falling apart and the centre cannot hold.”

“Remember: another coalition brought the APC into the presidency.”

Moghalu said with the PDP-led MoU and the “disastrous” performance of the APC, the path is now open for a “real transformative third force and generational shift which a Kingsley Moghalu presidency would represent for Nigeria.”

According to him, “I seek to heal our country and build a nation, to move our masses from poverty and unemployment to jobs and prosperity, and restore our standing in the world with a plan set out in my new book: Build, Innovate and Grow (BIG).

“The politicians have always won. It is time for the people to win in 2019!”

The coalition also includes breakaway members of the splinter group of All Progressives Congress (APC), the Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC) led by a former ally of President Nuhammadu Buhari, Bala Galadima who has called on the President not to contest in the 2019 elections.

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