Moghalu Berates Candidates Who Boycotted Presidential Debate
The presidential candidate of the Young Progressive Party, Kingsley Moghalu, has berated his fellow presidential candidates who boycotted the presidential debate ahead of the February 16 poll.
He said the candidates involved were not fit to rule the country.
Moghalu, who spoke at the unveiling of the new-look Nigerian Tribune in Lagos on Tuesday, said he was prepared to be the president of the country, adding that he had plans that would help the country.
He said, “As we go into the elections, I would like to remind us of those who are prepared and those who are not, the most important people who are not prepared to rule Nigeria are those who refused or chickened out of the presidential debate.
“Any presidential candidate who was invited to the official debate and chose not to show up or saw Kingsley Moghalu on the stage and decided to do a U-turn, that person is not fit to be president.
“It is not by accident that I’m running for president, I thought very carefully before coming out, I wrote a book called Build, Innovate and Grow in which I stated my comprehensive vision for this country. I want to say that I’m prepared to serve this country so nobody will say of me that I came by accident or unprepared.”
The African Newspaper of Nigeria Plc, publishers of the Nigerian Tribune, used the event to celebrate its 70th anniversary.
According to the company’s chairman, Tokunbo Awolowo, the new-look Nigerian Tribune was aimed at attracting readers.
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