- Professor Christopher Imumolen brims with confidence ahead of 2023 presidential election
- Accord Party presidential candidate says he has plans for some of his co-contestants if elected president
- The 39-year-old presidential candidate specifically mentioned APC’s Bola Tinubu and LP’s Peter Obi.
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FCT, Abuja – The Accord Party’s presidential candidate, Professor Christopher Imumolen, says he would adopt the all-inclusive principle in selecting his cabinet if he becomes president of the country in next month’s long-awaited general election.
According to him, the task of rebuilding a nation like Nigeria, battered by years of poor leadership and corruption, needed input from all Nigerians, including his co-conspirators such as Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Peter Obi.
Imumolen said he would enlist the help of the best brains in any field of human endeavor to come and contribute their dues if he is elected president.
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He said in a statement sent to legit.ng on Sunday, January 8:
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“The task of rebuilding our country is onerous. It’s not going to be a one-man show. Everyone with the idea, the ability to add value to governance, regardless of background or party affiliation, will be called out.” to do it
“For his prowess and aptitude as a highly regarded businessman, I will appoint Peter Obi, the current Labor Party presidential candidate, as my trade and commerce minister, while Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will serve as an adviser, most likely on the front lines. Political for obvious reasons.
“You will agree with me that these men will be best suited for the roles I mentioned above due to their backgrounds in both private and public life.
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“As I have said, the measure is intended to demonstrate that we are all partners in advancing our desire to see our country reclaim its lost glory, as well as deliver the true dividends of democracy to its millions of citizens.
“The measure is also intended to send the message that appointments will only be made to those who deserve it in the type of reformist government that we plan to execute.”
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Remember that Professor Imumolen openly rejected claims that moneybags were good enough to win this year’s presidential election.
The country’s youngest presidential candidate in response to what senior statesman Chief Afe Babalola said about the role money would play in determining who is declared the winner.
The renowned legal luminary had said that the winner of February’s highly anticipated presidential election will be won by anyone with a seemingly inexhaustible war chest of cash to sway votes in their favor.
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2023: I have an advantage over my co-conspirants, says Imumolen
Earlier, Imumolen stated that he has the attributes that set him head and shoulders above his other opponents in the upcoming presidential election.
Acknowledging that his 17 other rivals are men of outstanding pedigree in their chosen areas of expertise, Imumolen said he is the man with the x-factor among them.
He claimed that he had made enormous sacrifices over a decade and a half, launching and sustaining initiatives that have helped add value to the lives of Nigerians, including those who once held public office in the country.