“Every Nigerian Matters” – Kingsley Moghalu

– The Presidential Candidate of the YPP, Kingsley Moghalu in a new statement disclosed his plans for a new Nigeria

– He hinted that every Nigeria matters

Kingsley Moghalu, the Young Progressive Party Presidential candidate after the 2019 Presidential Debate disclosed via an online media his plans if he becomes president in 2019.

The YPP aspirant in a bold statement yesterday during the debate disclosed that he would be sworn in as the new president come May 29.

He was left to debate alongside side Fela Durotoye and Oby Ezekwesili while the duo of Atiku Abubakar and Muhammadu Buhari stayed away.

Kingsley Moghalu via his new statement stated that every Nigerian is important.

He said, “Every Nigerian Matters”
“Nation-building is intentional. It doesn’t happen by accident.” 

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The YPP candidate disclosed that the Government must create an enabling environment for innovations that will drive the economy.
Nigeria must create enabling governments for innovation, and government must avoid seeking to control the innovation process
“My ultimate vision for Nigeria’s economy is one driven by innovation, because innovation based economies create jobs more easily.” 
“It is important for the government in Nigeria to focus on a holistic strategy to expand small business and employment opportunities in Nigeria’s rural areas.”
He hinted that to solve problems in the country, fresh ideas from the new generation must be encouraged.
We must look into a new generation of younger, technocratic minds that can solve problems of nation-building and weak institutions” 
“After 58 years of independence, it is time we move from potential greatness to actual greatness.
The Young Progressive Party aspirant further revealed that the country must move away from tackling symptoms of corruption but should now face the main causes that leads to corruption.
We must move away from fighting the symptoms of corruption while ignoring the real causes.” 

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