10 August 2021
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A former governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the 2019 election in Imo State, Uche Nwosu, has said that all options were still open for him in the 2023 polls because he was still interested.
According to him, as a politician, he was not ruling out anything but would prefer to keep his 2023 plan close to his chest.
Nwosu also reflected on the 2019 general election, where, according to him, he learnt great lessons.
He said, “From a street boy selling oranges and corn and coconut to where I am today, I just have to say thank you Lord. There is no regret but one thing that I can say made me to start thinking about life is that after the 2019 general election, something you thought that was going to go your side automatically changed. I said ‘wow, is that how this world is’? As a young man I said, is it how politics is? Should I go back or continue? But I must continue.”
Nwosu stated these during a dinner organised on Sunday night in commemoration of his 46th birthday in Abuja.
“2023 is still far; For me, I will keep it to my chest. When 2023 comes, 2023 will talk for itself,” added