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SUCCESS: Onuesoke Blast Sapele School Girl Over Poor Family Background, Gutter Language

By Kenneth Orusi, The Nigerian Voice, Asaba

The Special Project Director to the Delta state governor, Mr. Sunny Onuesoke, said Success Adegor, whose video went viral on the social media lacks good family upbringing.

Onuesoke who toed a different line in the matter spoke in Warri, recently lashed out at the Sapele school girl who has gotten so much attention since the video was released.

He said “Success is an epitome of a bad home. A child of seven with those jargons in her mouth? “I no say make them no flog me, them go tire to flog. Does she have a background? Does she have an upbringing?

He said he has always stood against illegal collections “in our secondary and our primary schools in Delta state. it is not enough for Success to go on air with those gutter jargon language".

He continued: "It tells where she is coming from. People maybe going left, I am a rightist. I don’t succumb to such things that went viral. With what that little girl said, shows she has no background, there is no family upbringing”.

He reiterated that the spoken English of Success “Dem go flog, dem go tire”, shows where she is from.

Speaking further, the Special Project Director, said government is continuous but assured Deltans that the administration of the current governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, was working round the clock to ensure that education is given its right place in the state.

Meanwhile, Onuesoke, who was a co-aspirant with Okowa, said, Okowa would surprise Deltans in the next four years, “the man is diversifying the state economy because in terms of infrastructure, we have gotten a steady footing so the cash crops and farm produce can get to the urban cities with good roads”.

He continued: “this time around he will create an enabling environment for foreign investors to come in. We are sure that what you guys saw in 2015 to this date, is nothing compared to what is going to happen in the next four years, you will be shocked with things that you have never seen before”.

While allaying the fear of some Deltans who alleged in some quarters that Okowa would amass wealth for himself in the next four years, he said: “Okowa is not ending his career now. He is still very young. There are national level assignments; he is going to perform more. Who says Okowa cannot be Vice President of our country? He asked.

He noted that Okowa is not limited to the next four years and would do triple what he has done in his first four years, “I am not saying it because I am under his payroll, I know what he can do and you guys will be shocked; at this stage of Okowa now, he should be looking for a name and legacy that people will tap from”, the activist cum politician said.