Uche Nwosu, the governorship candidate of the Action Alliance (AA) in Imo State in the 2019 general elections, has said he has forgiven all the individuals who prevented him from fulfiling his governorship ambition.
Nwosu spoke to journalists at Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport, Owerri, on Sunday.
The AA governorship candidate recently had a Supreme Court judgment which disqualified him from the state’s governorship race on account of dual nominations by the AA and All Progressives Congress (APC).
Nwosu, a son-in-law to the immediate-past governor of the state, Rochas Okorocha, however, said he has put the judgment behind him, adding that he no longer harbours grudges against those who frustrated his ambition.
The former Chief of Staff to ex-governor Okorocha said his major interest is for the people of the state to have access to quality leadership and dividends of democracy.
He also stated that he would support any of the candidates who is adjudged winner of the election by the apex court.
Nwosu said: “I have kept all that happened over my governorship pursuit behind me and I have decided to move on with life since God is alive.
“I have forgiven all those who ganged up against me in my earnest desire to serve Imo people as their governor. I have no regrets in politics, especially as it concerns my contest for the governorship of the state.
“I will support any of the candidates who wins the final judgement at the Supreme Court on the Imo governorship election, be it Senator Ifeanyi Araraume (All Progressives Grand Alliance candidate), Senator Hope Uzodinma (APC candidate) or Chief Emeka lhedioha (incumbent governor and candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party).
“Politics is not a do-or-die affair, but a matter of give-and-take.
“What APC in the state needs now is for all the stakeholders to come together for the sake of the party,” Nwosu stated.