Moghalu, others unveil political group, demand electoral reforms

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Kingsley Moghalu

Friday Olokor, Abuja

A former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Kingsley Moghalu, on Thursday, unveiled a political platform called TBAN – To Build A Nation with the aim of actualising the Presidency of progressives in 2023.

According to him, TBAN would support any good candidate, irrespective of the candidate’s political party in 2023.

Apart from actualisation of the 2023 Presidency, the promoters of TBAN said they have written to the National Assembly Committee on constitutional amendment, demanding constitutional restructuring of the country, diaspora and electronic voting, electoral reform and provision of political and civic education to the Nigerian electorate.

Moghalu, who was represented at the event by the Interim Executive Director of TBAN, Jide Akintunde, was quoted as saying, “Today, TBAN is proud to unveil our vision and what we stand for – a reformed electoral system that gives our democracy real meaning, a new constitution that comes from the people of Nigeria themselves as a compact they have all agreed, and one that establishes a restructured Nigeria as a real federation that can set our potential free to thrive.”

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