The 2019 presidential candidate of the Young Progressive Party (YPP), Prof Kingsley Moghalu said Nigeria has a future.
Moghalu stated this at the weekend at the graduation ceremony of 259 students and pupils of Pacesetters’ Schools in Abuja.
“Nigeria will rise one day and your generation will lead, all hope is not lost for Nigeria that is why I ran for president of the country,” Moghalu, a former deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), said.
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“We need to work harder and do more; we are committed to changing the country to a better place. Even though we didn’t win the election but we won in the hearts of many Nigerians,” he added.
While advising the graduating students to hold firm to the values learnt in school and chart a good direction for the country to follow, he maintained that the 2019 election has proven that “there is a place for competition, competence, patriotism and transformation, strive to be a part of it.”
Earlier, the Chairman Pacesetters’ School, Barr. Kenneth Imansuangbon said: “Nigerians are one of the very best in the world. Our leaders must now seat tight and give us a great future. The dreams of our nation must be, our nation must be and you will be.”
Speaking, former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nuhu Ribadu, said there was hope for Nigeria despite the current challenges facing the country if only the younger generation could get good education.