1. Above refer, with all humility and respect for the
traditional institution chaired by your Majesty, i
passionately forward this piece to your good Palace
on the aforementioned subject matter.
2. Your Highness sir, it is no news that two of your
illustrious children mentioned above are on the part of
Political war capable of degrading and polarizing the
relative Peace we’re enjoying in the recent time.
3. The duo, based on their slogan claimed to be
working for the interest of Ebira nation to restore our
past glory which nobody can refute. Be that as it may,
the restoration of the past glory can not be achieved
in a pandemonium and discordant tune without Unity,
Teamwork and Forgiveness of our sins for each other.
4. Your Majesty sir, in a kingdom of the wise, the
children can not be fighting and the elderly are busy
Wine and Dine on assumptions that All is well, Sir, All
is not well with your Kingdom hence this well
thought-out open letter.
5. In a Societal settings individual is the unit cell that
form family which transmutes to a Society, while
Society gives birth to a Nation.
6. From the foregoing, one can see that Society or
Nation can not exist without the people for functional
and pragmatic ideal.
7. The “IDEAL” for the purpose of this write up is
the PRICELESS PEACE Ebira needed for Functionality
and Progress of the land.
However, Society goes
down where peace is elusive and compromised by
the leadership of such Community. “Two wrongs can
never make a right”.
8. Your Majesty sir, your Kingdom is creeping into
illusion as a result of the Political fight by the two
gladiators. They are too important and germane to be
allowed a Free- for-All fight. ENOUGH is ENOUGH.
9. This reminds me once again of a philosophical Song
by Aneku Achewuru obanyi the great and i quote
“Eewu ni andai Anebira sa va na hi reyi, Eewu ni
andai Anebira sa va na hi reyi, ireyi ogwen ozii ta ezu
Vuo, ireyi ohu oza mu ezu kuo. –meaning, this is a
warning rhythm to a quarreling brothers availing them the extent of damages and afflictions quarrel
could course to a Society.
10.Your Majesty sir, on behalf of Peace, tranquillity
and development of our Land i humbly crave the
indulgence of the Palace to kindly intervene by
convening a reconciliatory meeting soonest and
reconcile them together to sheath their Swords for the
sake of Ebira they claimed to be working for.
11.This reminds me of the second version of the
reconciliatory song by the same Achewuru and I
quote “Eewu ni andai Anebira sa va na hi poda,
Eewu ni andai Anebira sa va hi poda, ipoda va na si
ma honi ireyi ipoda ava si ma honi ireyi ipoda” —
Meaning this is a reminder rhythm to a reconciled brothers availing them the opportunities and
blessings reconciliation could bring to a Society.
12. Your Highness sir, the two gladiators are assets to
Ebira nation at moment and time is indeed on their
side to rise further in their political career, most
especially Barr. Natasha a promising social
entrepreneur and change agent. She has spoken and
made name in her Political outings tell her not to let hell loose from this her first attempt for she doesn’t
know what the future holds for her.
13. Sir, through your palace reconciliation she can
vacate her Court case and be re-integrated into the
mainstream and sky will be her limit in her
contributions to the development of the land.
14.As for GYB, God has crowned him to be the
governor and father to all kogites hence he needs to
endure, absorb, tolerate and accept everyone as his
own by extending his Olive branch to the deserving
ones for Peace and development to reign in the state.
15. As earlier stated in my previous write ups, no
permanent friends or enemies in Politics but
permanent interest, let not their personal interest
jeopardize the overall interest of Ebira nation. They
can be supporters of each others in future elections,
16.Your Majesty sir, Ebira nation is looking forward to
Mother of all Rally where Barr. Natasha Akpoti and
GYB will embrace each other for a mark of honour to
Ebira nation. May God help us, Amen.
#I StandFor Truth.
From Nasir Onujagbe