Sunday, 9 June 2019


Professor Kingsley Moghalu
The 2019 Presidential Candidate of Young Peoples' Party (YPP), Professor Kingsley Moghalu, has pinpointed penury as the foremost foundation of social iniquities in Nigeria.

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The erstwhile Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria made the observation while presenting a paper at a one-day programme organised by a Kano-based NGO, Ra’ayi Initiative for Human Development (RIHD) in Kano on Sunday.

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The celebrated professor, while speaking on ‘Northern Nigeria’s Prosperity in the 21st Century: The Imperative of Social and Economic Transformation,’ emphasized the necessity of the government to take proactive measures through the implementation of various intervention programmes meant for enhancing living conditions of the common people. In his own words, “Ninety two million Nigerians are living in extreme poverty out of which 67 per cent of the number is in the north.”

He also identified many other reasons responsible for the socio-economic challenges bothering the country. According to him, the startling growth in the number of out-of-school children as well as the Almajiri system must be addressed to repeal the repulsive development for the improvement of the region and the country.

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Professor Moghalu, who is an economic wordsmith, elucidated the importance of giving primary consideration to human development to improve the living standard of Nigerians and called on the government to address the lingering security challenges for the social and economic growth and development in the country.

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