Punch reports that Ubah made this known in an interactive session with newsmen in his home town, Nnewi, Anambra state on Thursday, June 2.
According to him, if given the opportunity, he would transform Anambra state the way he had done to his businesses and community, Otolo, Nnewi.
He said: “My interest in politics is for the passion to empower the youth through employments and entrepreneurial mentorship
“Losing the Anambra state governorship contest in 2013 was not easy but I think my people are the greater losers because I have great things in mind for them and I am still interested in that seat.
“I am highly passionate about Anambra and I want to see it transformed, I want the opportunity to develop Anambra just the way I have done in my village and evidence are that I have done more for my community than any government has done for Anambra.”
Ubah had contested the governorship of the state on the platform of Labour Party in 2013 but lost to incumbent governor, Willie Obiano.