Moghalu tags Nigeria ‘crime scene of insincerity, corruption’

Moghalu tags Nigeria ‘crime scene of insincerity, corruption’

Kingsley Moghalu, a former presidential candidate in the 2019 general election has declared that Nigeria is a ‘crime scene’ of insecurity and corruption.

Moghalu, on his Twitter page on Monday, October 25, said the reality before Nigerians were that Nigeria is a crime scene.

He also noted that the current administration had failed to secure the lives and properties of Nigerians.

“The reason Nigeria is a ‘crime scene’ of insecurity and corruption is not that @TheEconomist or any Western media says so. It’s because it’s the reality millions of Nigerians live daily. They don’t need foreign media to tell them what they know.

“Explaining away the failure of @NigeriaGov to secure Nigerian lives, territory and property doesn’t fool us. Failure is a failure.

“The only way to correct it is a success, and we’ll feel that too in the Northeast, Northwest and Southeast if it happens. Else, we #TakeIttothePolls 2023,” Moghalu wrote.

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Meanwhile, the National Security Adviser NSA, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Monguno has vowed not to allow terror elements to hijack the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State.

Monguno likewise made this call on Monday, October 25, at a special meeting of the Inter-Agency Consultative Committee on Election Security ICCES in Abuja.

He said; “For those of us in security, we have already done most of what we are supposed to do.

“All the law enforcement agencies and security agencies have been charged to conduct themselves in a manner that will command the general widespread respect of all the people of Anambra state and, by extension, the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“They have been asked, charged to exhibit the highest level of professionalism, patience, perseverance, as well as self-restraint.

“We have been told to operate within the confines of the law; and also not to go out and exhibit tendencies that would jeopardize this exercise.

“I want to reassure the general public that the security agencies are going to do everything; within their power to ensure that the people of Anambra State undergo this exercise without any incident.

“In the same vein, I want to offer a word of brotherly advice to our brothers and sisters in Anambra State; who may want to use means, methods that are unorthodox; and that are also unusual to destabilise an already delicate situation, to please think again.

“We are all eager to achieve results in this election that will be acceptable to everybody.

“I don’t think it will be helpful for anyone to go out and ignite something; that might cause pain for the good people of Anambra State — the peace-loving people — under whatever guise.”

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