The Young Progressive Party (YPP) presidential candidate during the 2019 general election, Kingsley Moghalu, spoke to the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, on the rumors of defecting.
Moghalu described his claim about joining APC as false and mischievous.
The former presidential candidate who took to his account on Twitter acknowledged the reeport was deceptive.
Moghalu noted that although he has withdrawn from his YPP membership, he still has to determine which party to join. sports question
According to tweet: “This headline, and the claim on which the report is based, is false, mischievous, and tendentious.”
“In late 2019 I resigned my membership of the Young Progressives Party, the party platform on which I was a presidential candidate in 2019, but I did not subsequently join, and have not joined, any other political party.”
“I am therefore NOT a member of ANY political party in Nigeria today.”
“The article by Elombah News is doubly mischievous because, despite my denying this false claim when the online news outlet contacted me, Elombah News nevertheless went ahead to publish the story with this mischievous and misleading headline with no evidence to back it up, while burying my comment debunking the false claim deep inside its story. This is irresponsible journalism.”
“I ask the public to disregard this fake news report, and to be guided by this clarification.”
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