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Chukwuka Monye joins African Democratic Congress, ADC, reinforces the Urgent need for true change
February 25, 2022 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Asaba, 25 February 2022: Chukwuka Monye, the vibrant and purpose-driven Presidential aspirant, formally declares membership of African Democratic Congress (“ADC”), the party embodies inclusivity, accountability, justice, security and the welfare of all including women, and the youth, who are all seeking to return Nigeria back to its glorious path of unity, economic and social progress as well as dignity for all Nigerians, irrespective of age, family background, ethnicity or religion.
At the official declaration of his membership of ADC, where the National Chairman of the party, Chief Ralph Okey Nwosu, and the State Chairman, Prince Joe Chukwu, received him along with thousands of his supporters to ADC, Monye noted; “Today marks a significant moment in our journey to a better Nigeria. Today, we witness a convergence of values and vision; a merging of strengths and passion; and the emergence of a dynamic combination that is able is to deliver to us a new Nigeria – the Nigeria of our dreams, where everyone, young and old is able to fulfil their potential just because they are Nigerians.
Speaking further, Chukwuka Monye noted; “In choosing a party, I have considered many things including integrity, people building and excellence, all of which are elements that drive me. I am passionate about a New Nigeria, therefore in choosing a party, I chose a party that is passionate about restoring and defending the dignity of every Nigerian. ADC is committed to innovation and attracting passionate and progressive Nigerians. This party embodies inclusivity, accountability, justice, security and the welfare of women, youth and people living with disabilities.
Speaking at the event, the National Chairman, Chief Ralphs Okey Nwosu said “Chukwuka Monye’s choice to run on the ADC platform is the best for the country, as Nigeria has over the last 22 years of democracy deteriorated to now emerge as the poverty capital of the world. He also said the ADC had always believed it would produce a President, and he believes the time is now.”
ADC as a party is committed to its vison to consolidate Africa’s democracy beyond flawed elections, political rhetorics and theatrics, and build a strong economy, functional institutions, systems, and processes for a more egalitarian society, where every Nigerian has a voice and would be free to live with dignity as humans and aspire to their full potentials irrespective of their cultural, religious, ethnic, or other background. ADC hopes to create a society where every Nigerian life matters, irrespective of where they are in the world, and where security of lives and properties would be taken with utmost seriousness and where everyone would be able to earn a decent living.