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Nigerian politicians and residence in far away London in United Kingdom have caused pandemonium over the statement credited to the Chief of Staff Government House, Owerri, Chief Uche Nwosu on the 2019 governorship position.

Nigerian politicians and residence in far away London in United Kingdom have caused pandemonium over the statement credited to the Chief of Staff Government House, Owerri, Chief Uche Nwosu on the 2019 governorship position.


The report has it that trouble started when Chief Nwosu and Imolites living in Sunderland, United Kingdom, went into political and town hall meeting tagged “meet my people forum” after receiving an award where he declared that he would do everything possible to assist Owerri people secure the position of Speaker of the state House of Assembly if he is elected as governor in 2019, adding that Owerri zone's clamour for the governorship seat in 2019 cannot be guaranteed.
Chief Nwosu also said that Owerri people would be better of for Speakership, rather than struggling to grab the Governorship position, adding that no person could lay claim to the number one seat in the state if Governor Okorocha does not anoint him.
However, irked by the Chief of Staff's submission, Imolites in Sunderland, especially, indigenes of Owerri zone extraction described the Nwosu's statement as an affront, insult and lack of respect to them and the entire people of Owerri zone. The Owerri zone people at the meeting revealed that due to the comment, those in attendance walk out in protest against what they considered as insult from Governor Okorocha's son-in-law to Owerri people.
Consequently, Owerri indigenes in the Sunderland immediately resolved to do everything possible to prove him and his father-in-law wrong in 2019. The names of those in attendance to include, Hon. Chike Okafor, Uzoma Anwuka, Gov. Okorocha third son, among others who accompanied Chief Nwosu.

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