It seem the battle of words between the Kogi Deputy Governor, Edward Onoja and one time presidential aspirant cum Nigerian activist, Omoyele Sowore wouldn't end soon as both tackle each other once again just a few days after shaming each other over the arrest of anti-Buhari protesters in Kogi.
The deputy governor slammed Sowore over his prayer for his daughter, Oma Onoja who matriculated on Friday April 9.
Sowore had prayed for the Deputy Governor's daughter to excel and live in a Nigeria where the current challenges the country is facing are a thing of the past.
"#Freekogi2 I congratulate your daughter on this special occasion of her matriculation. May she never live in a world of impunity, may she never become unemployed upon graduation, may her future be bright and may she never have to work without getting paid.
May her pension never be denied her when she retires, may she never be silenced for speaking up against tyranny and may she never die in election related violence! Once again, congratulations to her!"
However reacting to the "prayers", Edward Onoja noted that children should be out of bounds in political brickbats. He stated that Sowore is participating in "chewing gum activism" and also prayed that he redeems his already ''lost image'' amongst genuine freedom fighters.
See the Deputy Governor's tweet below;
"Dear Sowore, I thought families, especially, the children are out of bounds in political brickbats? Abi, your school of thoughtlessness does not teach sense and sensibility?
Anyway, I too have a prayer for you... 1. I pray that you are Nigerian and patriotic enough to stay at home, establish and have your family here in Nigeria, just like I have done. *(It will teach you to truly work for the improvement of the country for their sakes)
I pray you are man enough to hustle with your mates, working to assume leadership of the Nation by paying your dues, and not trying to jump in through the window like a palliative thief.
(It will teach you that your contemporaries at home are not indolent layabouts looking for a saviour from abroad to whom they will handover govt once he wears an orange beret and yells 'revolution' or 'Buhari Must Go)
I pray for you that you will truly come to love this great country and her people with a mindset to sacrifice for her and not to sacrifice her to your lust for power)
(It will stop you from trying to set fire to your own father's house simply because you have a mat in your rich uncle's BQ who has induced you with peanuts in the name of activism so he can claim the land once the house is destroyed)
I pray you have the balls to learn from some of us and begin your leadership quest from your State. *(You will finally learn Leadership 101, not #gbasgbos and chewing gum activism. I recommend you start as councillor in your ward, if you know your ward)
I pray you grow out of your desire to to seek attention and play to the gallery. *(Leadership and Governance is not a circus, you know and a dancing monkey can only grab attention for only so long)
I pray you redeem your already lost image amongst genuine freedom fighters. *(Shebi you know say dem no send you again?)
I pray my daughter won't need to defend you pro bono when you are 70, still wearing beret, sagging trousers and still unable to distinguish between lawful and unlawful protest. Shebi you see the travails of your types wey invade US Congress in the name of revolution?)
Sowore this is brother to brother, comrade to comrade, Aluta to Aluta... guy e get wetin person dey grow pass. Leave this lane and get serious if you really want to do politics. You don old pass this thing.
Another brotherly advice: Find another target. Kogi is getting on very well and fine. This your contract don cut. Those who gave you this job, tell them say we be street pass you. E no get where you fit take your madness pass. We go cure am for you.
All of you unpatriotic citizens wey dey plan burn Naija after securing your families safely abroad, make una go restrategize. I pray this sinks and leads you on the path to being a better man. Thus far you are way below the bar of a patriotic citizen."