Moghalu Remembers His Father Who ‘Never Took Bribe’ In 35 Years Of Civil Service

Moghalu Remembers His Father Who ‘Never Took Bribe’ In 35 Years Of Civil Service

In celebrating his mother Vidah Moghalu on her 85th birthday, a former presidential candidate Kingsley Moghalu has remembered his late father Isaac Moghalu, who prided himself on not collecting bribes in 35 years of service as a Nigerian foreign service officer, Igbere TV reports.

In a Twitter thread Wednesday, Moghalu paid tribute to his father after reminding his mother of a story about how he resembled his father by not collecting bribes in his time at the Central Bank of Nigeria.

“I remember this story because I reminded my mother of it at a conservation to commemorate her 85th birthday. She was excited, ”he wrote.

“’God bless you my beloved son,’ he said. I thank God for having followed in the footsteps of your late father, my dear husband. Please don’t ever stray from that path. ‘ I promised that I wouldn’t.

“Now I remember my father Isaac Moghalu, a proud civil servant and former Nigerian Foreign Service official in his heyday from 1961 until his retirement in 1984. ’35 years in civil service, ‘he used to boast, slapping his chest. ‘And I never took a bribe.’

Moghalu urged parents to leave good legacies for their children.

He served as Deputy Governor of Financial System Stability and Director of CBN from 2009 to 2014.