Kingsley Moghalu, a presidential candidate for the African Democratic Congress (ADC), tweeted about the 2023 presidential election on Wednesday.

The former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) claimed he forgot to inform President Muhammadu Buhari of his intention to run for president.

The post was ostensibly in response to All Progressives Congress (APC) leader Bola Tinubu and Ebonyi Governor Dave Umahi’s visits to the State House.

On Monday and Tuesday, the two told Buhari in separate meetings that they would run for the party’s ticket.

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“I completely forgot to tell President @Mbuhari that I’m running for President.” But I informed Nigerians, including him, so no wahala!” wrote Moghalu.

Some people were offended by the tweet, and some responded with photos of him handing out biscuits to children, while others made jokes or offered advice.

“Twitter doesn’t win elections,” says Lolofirstclass. That day, many of them will be online warriors. Send people to start spreading your message from street to street, churches to churches, universities to universities, markets to markets, and even viewing centers.”

“If you came out during the #Endsars protest to stand with the youths, your campaign is done now, but all of una hide una head now una need us,” GenesisClothin2 says.

“You’ll have to do more advocacy,” Desmond Stephen says. Outside of Twitter, most people don’t know who you are.”

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“First, try running for Federal Hon to see how popular and accepted you are among your people,” Okunola Smart says.

“Find your way to the villa with your face mask,” Olatunde Olaleye says. Then take some photos with Buhari.”

In October 2021, Moghalu joined the ADC. Ralph Nwosu, the National Chairman, stated that Nigeria requires “servants and dedicated leaders” like him.

Moghalu, a lawyer and political economist, is one of the Third Force’s leaders. In 2019, he ran for President of the Young Progressives Party (YPP).

Moghalu was the United Nations’ Special Envoy for Africa’s Post-COVID Development Finance.

He was elected to the Academic Council on the United Nations System’s Board of Directors in June 2021. (ACUNS).

Kingsley Moghalu, a presidential candidate for the African Democratic Congress (ADC), tweeted about the 2023 presidential election on Wednesday.

The former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) claimed he forgot to inform President Muhammadu Buhari of his intention to run for president.

The post was ostensibly in response to All Progressives Congress (APC) leader Bola Tinubu and Ebonyi Governor Dave Umahi’s visits to the State House.

On Monday and Tuesday, the two told Buhari in separate meetings that they would run for the party’s ticket.

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“I completely forgot to tell President @Mbuhari that I’m running for President.” But I informed Nigerians, including him, so no wahala!” wrote Moghalu.

Some people were offended by the tweet, and some responded with photos of him handing out biscuits to children, while others made jokes or offered advice.

“Twitter doesn’t win elections,” says Lolofirstclass. That day, many of them will be online warriors. Send people to start spreading your message from street to street, churches to churches, universities to universities, markets to markets, and even viewing centers.”

“If you came out during the #Endsars protest to stand with the youths, your campaign is done now, but all of una hide una head now una need us,” GenesisClothin2 says.

“You’ll have to do more advocacy,” Desmond Stephen says. Outside of Twitter, most people don’t know who you are.”

“First, try running for Federal Hon to see how popular and accepted you are among your people,” Okunola Smart says.

“Find your way to the villa with your face mask,” Olatunde Olaleye says. Then take some photos with Buhari.”

In October 2021, Moghalu joined the ADC. Ralph Nwosu, the National Chairman, stated that Nigeria requires “servants and dedicated leaders” like him.

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Moghalu, a lawyer and political economist, is one of the Third Force’s leaders. In 2019, he ran for President of the Young Progressives Party (YPP).

Moghalu was the United Nations’ Special Envoy for Africa’s Post-COVID Development Finance.

He was elected to the Academic Council on the United Nations System’s Board of Directors in June 2021. (ACUNS).

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