YBTC NEWS —Dr Nicholas Felix, a 40-year-old All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential aspirant has pledged to address security challenges in the country if elected in 2023.
Felix, who stated this on Thursday, in Abuja after purchasing his Nomination and Expression of Interest forms for the 2023 presidential election, said that securing a nation would have ripple effects on its economic stability.
The presidential aspirant, a U.S. based General Overseer and Founder of Miracle Center International Inc., said his dream was to take over the helms of affairs in Nigeria and make a change.
Felix has the headquarters of his church in New York, USA with branches in New Jersey, Texas Atlanta and in West Africa (Nigeria).
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the presidential aspirant paid sum of N65 million made up of N30 million for Expression of Interest form and N35 million for the Nomination Form meant for the youth in APC.
He thanked President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC leadership for giving the youth 50 per cent discount on the nomination form that enabled him to purchase it.
Felix, who said that he was the only youth to purchase the form to contest for the position of the president, said that addressing the challenge of insecurity would be his number one priority.
He said that his intention to contest the country’s number one seat was to salvage the country and rescue it from the trenches for complete reformation.
“My decision to run for president of Nigeria stems from my desire to change the Nigerian narrative through the support of the Not-Too-Young-To-Run law.
“Also, bringing more young professionals home and abroad together to contribute toward the development of our great nation,” he said.
Nwagbo, 40, purchased his form on a day his colleague, Pastor Tunde Bakare of The Citadel Global Community Church, also picked up his form at the APC secretariat.