Saturday, 17 December 2016

TAHAV AGERZUA, TERVER AKASE, WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS AWARD PLAQUE GIVEN BY GOV. ORTOM TO AWARD RECIPIENTS?


By Bemgba Iortyom
Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, last night dished out series of awards to some personalities he deemed worthy of appreciation for their service to the state and humanity.



Ordinarily, such a gesture in itself could go without much controversy, and even where such rears up it ought mostly to be about the derservedness of such awards recipients.

However, there arises a necessary question here concerning the choice of the symbol represented on the award plaques given out by Gov. Ortom.

By the governor's much hyped and voluble professing of a Christian religious faith, many would expect such award plaques coming from him to bear imagery of something close to his professed faith.

But that is not the case here as Ortom has chosen instead to have the image a voluptuous female figure with quite provocative body contours- high and pointed breastline and a generous backside- represented on the award plaques.

And so one is left wondering and asking, what is the significance of such image representation made by a self-confessed man of God, who loudly professes and required others too to profess, "In God We Trust?

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