Uche Nwosu: Loosing 2019 Governorship Almost Forced Me To Quit Politics


After he stopped talking about politics for a while, the candidate of Action Alliance in the 2019 governorship election in Imo State, Chief Uche Nwosu has disclosed that events of 2019 election gave him cause to consider quitting politics.
Speaking to newsmen during his 46th birthday event in Abuja, Nwosu son in-law and former Chief of Staff to former governor Rochas Okorocha revealed that he contemplated quitting politics after the frustration of the 2019 polls.
According to Nwosu who is yet to open up on what holds for him in 2023 election opened up about his regret after 46 years of living. “I will say that I don’t actually have much regret, however, one thing that made me starts rethinking about politics and life is after the 2019 general elections. It was something I think will go my side, but it automatically evaporated.
“In my moment of shock, I had asked whether this is how the world is. I had asked myself whether this is how the world is. I had asked myself whether this is what politics is all about, should I go back to my business or should I continued before I resolved to continue. The APC primaries was even the worst” he stated.