That's a very easy non-technical fix you can do on your own in just a few minutes with just a wrench and pliers.
That you have to hold the steering wheel at 2 o'clock means it would steer to the left if the steering wheel was held in the centered position. That means the steering's drag link that connects the axle to the steering box's Pitman arm is too short. Lengthen the drag link by rotating its 6" length adjustment collar, per the instructions towards the bottom of the page at Basic Jeep Front End Alignment
Click on that small photo of the front-end to make it big enough to find the drag link.
It will take several iterations of you lengthening the drag link (maybe shortening it if you go a little too far) and test-driving it until you get it perfectly straight. Don't tighten the adjustment link's lock bolts for each test drive but don't forget to tighten them securely once you're happy with the steering wheel's position.
If I recall correctly, you rotate that length adjustment sleeve so the front of it moves downward to lengthen the drag link. Don't shoot me if I remembered that direction backwards.
This is an easy one-banana job that a novice mechanic can take on.