Former deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Kingsley Moghalu has joined the African Democratic Congress (ADC) to pursue his presidential ambition.
Moghalu announced his decision at a media briefing on Friday.
Speaking on his decision to join ADC, Moghalu said the party’s policies align with his ideologies.
“I am pleased to announce to you today that I have joined the African Democratic Congress (ADC), which I feel ideologically aligned with. I am honoured to become a card-carrying member of the party,” he said.
“In doing so, I restate my public announcement on June 1, 2021, making myself available to lead our country as a competent 21st century president, and my intention to contest in the 2023 presidential election.
“I look forward to close collaboration with the party’s chairman, chief Ralph Okey Nwosu; alhaji Said Abdullahi, the ADC national secretary, the national executive committee, chair of its board of trustees, among others.”