Uche Nwosu, Action Alliance (AA) Governorship candidate in the March 9, 2019 Imo election, has withdrawn the appeal he filed against the election of Governor Emeka Ihedioha.
Solomon Umoh (SAN), counsel to Nwosu, announced the decision of his client when he appeared before a seven-man panel of justices of the apex court on Tuesday, January 14.
According to him, “Based on the judgment of this court in appeal SC. 1384/2019 delivered on December 20, 2019, and subsequently, on my advice to my client, we have decided to withdraw this appeal.”
Earlier, The Herald reported that Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka predicted that the candidate of APC in Imo governorship election, Hope Uzodinma, would take over the reins of leadership in the state from incumbent Emeka Ihedioha.
Father Mbaka who made the declaration during his Passover night ministration claimed that the APC would take over the leadership from PDP-led government of Ihedioha.
Reverend Father stated that he could not explain how it would happen, assuring his congregation that his prophecy would come to pass because others delivered on the same prayer grounds in the past did the same.
According to him, “Many things are going to happen in Nigeria this 2020 that will shock countrymen and countrywomen, but all would be to God’s glory.
“In spite of all that would happen this 2020, there is hope. In Imo state, there is hope. Hope, hope, hope … hope in Imo State! “Imo people have suffered (but) God is raising a new hope that would be an agent of salvation for them.