Uzodinma won’t be Imo governor – Okorocha’s son-in-law boasts

Senator Hope Uzodinma (L) and Uche Nwosu (R)

A son-in-law to the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, on Tuesday said that the governorship applicant of the All Progressives Congress in the state, Senator Hope Uzodinma, won’t be governor.

Uche Nwosu who addressed his supporters not long after his landing from Abuja, said that “Uzodinma is an inhabitant in the APC.”

Nwosu who is making a case for the governorship ticket of the gathering in the state said that the court will convey judgment to support him.

He exposed the gossip making the rounds that he had finished up plans to dump the APC for another party with the end goal to achieve his governorship desire.

Nwosu said “I am the legitimate governorship applicant of the APC in Imo state. Our national chairman did not regard the standard of law and the constitution of our party in substituting Senator Hope Uzodinma’s name for mine.

“The records are clear. I won the first primary elections on October 2. I likewise won the second primaries held on October 6. The records are there. The police, INEC and DSS reports confirm my triumphs.”

“It is just for a short time. We will get equity in court. My name will be on the ticket. I will be reported as the APC governorship competitor in Imo state. Expectation Uzodinma won’t be senator.”

“There is no reality in the gossip that I have dumped the APC for Democratic Alternative. I am still in APC. I am an establishing individual from the decision party. I won the ticket of the gathering and I will lead the APC to triumph in Imo state in 2019.”

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