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Chukwuka Monye to Strengthen Volunteers Network  

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The second runner-up in the just concluded presidential primaries on the African Democratic Congress (ADC) platform, Chukwuka Monye, has dismissed his defection speculations, stressing that  he is currently working on strengthening the network of volunteers he has built.

Source close to the 42-year-old Oxford and Harvard-trained social innovator, said Monye who is considered the new and strategic politician represents a new breed of nation builders,  is working on strengthening the network of volunteers he has built before the primaries.

Monye was said to have  had a virtual call while abroad on a working holiday recently with coordinators who led the extensive national network of volunteers.

During the call, Monye was said to have reminded his team that politics is about effectiveness and that the network can only be effective if it is further strengthened.

 “It is important for us to separate our emotions from strategy and whilst love for our great nation is not negotiable, we need to be logical in our strategy and approach for midwifing the transformation we want to see.

“Having weighed several options on my next steps, I am proud to say that loyalty to my nation is at the forefront of every decision that I make,” Monye was quoted to have said.

Meanwhile, one of his aides said  there are speculations that he has been engaged by a number of stakeholders within and outside his party regarding his next steps.

“But you should understand that he is a deep thinker and is thorough in how he evaluates strategic options. He is on the mission for the long haul,” the aide  said.

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