Moghalu promises to create over 1 million jobs in NPF.

   Peter Oyebanji




Professor Kingsley Moghalu, a Presidential aspirant in the 2019 forthcoming elections, promised to create about One Million, Five Hundred Thousands Job in the Nigerian police force when he becomes the president of the country.

 He said this while giving his speech at a conference organised by the Equity Chamber, Law Students' Society, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife tagged 'Leadershift conference'.

 "The Nigeria's Police Force is under-equipped." He asserted

 Presidential aspirants, Professor Kingsley Moghalu and Professor  Remi Sonaiya were asked essential questions troubling the nation and how they planned to solve it if they become the president in a panel discussion mediated by Barrister Isaac Ibikunle, former Students' union President of the university.



Prof Kingsley explained that as a former Deputy Governor of CBN,  he knows the black holes in the country. He said the security votes are used in an unaccountable way.

 "Our money that can be used for better things that will improve the life of Nigerians is in security votes that are used in unaccountable ways. You have no idea how much money is in those votes," he said.

"Number two, The NNPC which is a black hole. It is opaque, different governments have turned The NNPC into a bottomless pit where they can take our oil money from us  and do whatever they like without telling the people of Nigeria."

Meanwhile, Professor Sonaiya, in a comment on the #Not_too_young_to_rule Bill, charged Youths on how to be the catalyst of the change needed in the country 

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