ADC presidential candidate Kachikwu claims Moghalu bribed delegates

O. Adejo

Dumebi Kachikwu, the presidential candidate of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), declared on Tuesday that he would win the 2023 presidential election.

The ADC candidate is the younger brother of Ibe Kachikwu, a former Minister of State for Petroleum Resources.

On June 9, he defeated Kingsley Moghalu, the former deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, in a primary election held in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

Since then, the ex-CBN deputy governor has abandoned the ADC.

Moghalu informed Oke Nwosu, ADC National Chairman, in a letter dated June 13, 2022, that he had decided to leave the party due to alleged irregularities in the conduct of the presidential primary.

However, Kachikwu

who appeared on Channels TV’s Politics Today, accused the ex-CBN official of bribing the ADC delegates.

“ADC will rely on the goodwill of people who are tired of the status quo to win the general elections,” he said. People have already demonstrated their desire to change course. So this is enough for us to profit from.

“I’m not concerned about Tinubu, Atiku, or others. This time is different, and we have the support of the Nigerian masses who have had enough of the current administration’s bad leadership to triumph. The year 2023 will be an excellent bus stop.”

“I paid no delegates to win.” Kingsley Moghalu’s allegations disgust me. He didn’t spend as much time as I did with the delegates. He met with three delegates from each state. His claims were false.

“I hosted delegates of all affiliations.” What prevails is the goodness of money. So the claim that the process that produced me was fraudulent falls flat. He (Moghalu) was the one who gave cash to delegates.”

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