Although he is still nursing the wound occasioned by his loss in the Anambra State governorship election three years ago, it seems the boss of Capital Oil is not one to give up easily.
Spy Glass gathered that the businessman, who is often described as controversial, has concluded plans to run for the same position again. He is also said to have revealed that he is presently networking and consulting major stakeholders in the state.
Consequently, as part of efforts to realise his dream, he is said to have earmarked billions of Naira for the race because he believes he has the desired solutions to the challenges facing the state.
Ubah became a billionaire at the age of 37, thus making him one of the youngest billionaires in Nigeria. He, however, shocked all when he celebrated his 40th birthday sometime ago. It was a lavish party that was the talk of town for a long time.
He even sank deeper in the ocean of controversy when he launched the Transformation Agenda of Nigeria (TAN) during the President Goodluck Jonathan administration
In spite of this, he has a way of coming out with his head up in all situations. In the eyes of his fans, he is philanthropy personified.