One of the established political tenets of Chief Dr. Emeka Kalu is unwavering support for positive leadership that is anchored on true Democracy, progress, and rule of law in all nations of the world.
For a very long time running, Chief Kalu has remained consistent, a force, a mobilizer, and a voice for democracy around the universe.
He profoundly mobilized the black community to support the election of Barack Obama as the first Black-American President, and this milestone earned him love from the number one family and goodwill among the Black-Community in the US.
Back home in Nigeria, Chief Kalu led a powerful campaign in support of Former Vice President of Nigeria, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar in 2019, a keenly contested and won election, all things being equal.
On the African front, he remained instrumental to the emergence of General Umaru Sissoco Embalo, as the current youngest African President and Engr Nuno Nabiam as a working prime minister in the Republic of Guinea Bissau.
His impression in other African soils is widely felt as he is poised to constantly fight for the enthronement of democracy as the only way of life for a civilized 21st century.
To further consolidate his support for a free America where he spent many years as a citizen, and in recognition of his long-standing good relationship with the Obamas and the Bidens, he has jetted out to the United States ahead of the January Inauguration of a new administration that will further deepen the beauty of democracy and liberty for every lover of freedom.
God Bless America.