- Uche Nwosu, a prominent APC chieftain in Imo, has said his ambition to govern the southeast state remains intact
- The former governorship aspirant, however, said he is open to all options in 2023, though he said time is not yet ripe for him to disclose his plans
- Nwosu also urged Nigerian political leaders across various political parties to support the youths
FCT, Abuja - Uche Nwosu, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has said it is not yet time to disclose his plans for the 2023 general elections.
Legit.ng gathers that the former governorship aspirant spoke at a dinner organised to mark his 46th birthday in Abuja.
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Nwosu said as a politician, he was not ruling out anything but would prefer to keep his 2023 plan close to his chest.
He thanked God for the love and support he had enjoyed from his political family and supporters.
“The year 2023 is still far. For me, I will keep it to my chest. When 2023 comes, 2023 will talk for itself. For me, I’m a politician and I’m a businessman. So, let’s wait till 2023."
The need to support youths
Ahead of the next general elections, Nwosu advised youths to aspire for leadership positions, adding that they should sustain their belief in the Nigerian project.
Nwosu solicited the support of leaders across party lines for the youths who he insisted are leaders of tomorrow.
“Nigerian youths are one of the best not only in Africa, but also in the entire world. They have done well; the only thing they need is support, mentorship, bringing them from where they are to another level."
Governor Uzodimma pledges to work for the greater good of Imolites
In other news, Governor Hope Uzodimma has assured Imolites that his administration would continue to stand out and be at the forefront of upholding the principles of accountability and transparency in Imo state.
The governor gave the assurance at the Imo stakeholders meeting held on Saturday, July 24 in Owerri, the state capital.
A statement sent to Legit.ng by the Imo state government noted that Governor Uzodimma during the meeting recounted the achievements of his administration and made remarks on some areas that previous administrations in the state had left to rot and ruin but he has resuscitated.