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Uche Nwosu, Okorocha’s Son-In-Law Quits APC for DPP


Uche Nwosu aka Ugwumba

The former Chief of Staff and son-in-law to Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state, Uche Nwosu has dumped the All Progressives Congress for the Democratic Peoples’ Party, (DPP).

Politics Nigeria reports that Nwosu, and some members of the State House of Assembly, as well as some of Governor Okorocha’s aides, defected on Tuesday.

Their defection is reportedly linked to the fall out of the APC governorship primaries in the state in which Nwosu failed to emerge as the party’s gubernatorial candidate.

Meanwhile, Imo State governor Rochas Okorocha who only recently, declared his support for Buhari and the APC in the 2019 general elections, stating that he remains a member of the party was quick to mention that he would work for the victory of Nwosu as the next governor of the state in 2019 even as he pursues his own dream of becoming a senator representing Orlu Senatorial District on the platform of the APC.

Okorocha while speaking with newsmen at the Imo state government house had said; “What happened in Imo was a clear case of injustice, where Uche Nwosu won the primary and was robbed of the ticket.

This injustice must be addressed. However, in spite of the fact that my aides are leaving the party, I am still a member of APC and will not leave the party.”

“President Buhari is not behind the injustice done by the Party in the State, but Oshiomhole is solely responsible for all the injustice meted to my people in Imo State.

For me, I am still a member of APC and Buhari still remains my candidate and I will support him.”

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Written by Prince Simeon

Goldenchyld is the Head Publicist and Blogger at Hypestation Nigeria. He has interest that cuts across lifestle, tech, music and other things that affect everyday living. Follow him on Twitter @goldenchylduno and @goldenchyld_ on Instagram

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