A young Igbo politician of 30 years old, an aspirant of Abia State governorship election for 2023 known for his agenda directed at resuscitating Abia State has revealed that his 2023 governorship intention is devine.
Obinna Nwosu said that he was born 9 months before Abia State was created, and that makes his governorship race for 2023 a divine moment. He added that the label of Abia State which is "God's own state" is not a mistake as it is divine.
Obinna Nwosu is a true son of Abia State who knows the needs of Abians and is ready to take the position of the governor of Abia State come 2023. He once said that when he becomes the governor of Abia State in 2023, he would make his office open and accessible to everyone. He even said that he would always take corrections and out things right when corrected.
This came from a humble young man who wants the best for the people of Abia State. Just like what president Goodluck Jonathan said in 2015, "you can't give what you don't have. You can't give peace when you don't have peace." Obinna Nwosu is a very humble and peaceful youth who wants to handle Abia State with the power of a youth.
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