Naija News reports that Moghalu announced his decision in a chat with Arise News TV in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital on Friday.
This online news platform recalls that the YPP Presidential candidate came 14th position with only 21,886 total votes in the last Presidential election.
Moghalu said he was now going to dedicate his time to a citizens’ movement called Build A Nation (TBAN) which seeks to help in the development of Nigeria’s electoral process.
The former deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said: “I’ve decided to pretty much withdraw from partisan engagement at this time, the elections are over.
“We’re engaging on a non-partisan basis to a platform called To Build A Nation (TBAN), a citizens’ movement that will campaign for electoral reform and engage in voter education.
“Those are the two things this democracy needs if it is to survive,” Moghalu said.
Asked if he would accept a political appointment if such should come from President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, he said: “If such an appointment is offered, then you reflect on it and make a decision.”