And it came to pass that Maurice the son of Tsav, also called witchcraft in the tongue of the English upon reading what Tahav the son of Agerzua wrote comparing him with Ahithophel in the Bible got so incensed that all memory left him.
Incidentally both men come from the hill country of Ushongo and are engaged in a similar occupation that is to write and publish.
But the son of Tsav also called witchcraft was so angry upon reading what the son of Agerzua who also comes from Akerior a city of the Utange people wrote that he forgot that most people in Benue State are usually exposed to the Bible from youth whether at home or at school on account of which they can read and also recount its stories.
The son of witchcraft also forgot that the son of Agerzua procured a democracy day advert for The Alternative newspaper in 2014 for which he was entitled to at least ten percent on its payment.
The son of witchcraft also called Ahithophel because of his consistent advice to politicians which he claimed never failed and for dumping one master for another obtained the payment of N50,000 for the advert but never gave the man from the city of Akerior his commission.
Whereas when Chief Dr Ortom responded to the distress call of Mr Ahithophel and sent N30,000 through the man from Utange, the son of Agerzua deducted the commission which the said adviser should have paid to him and remitted the balance of N25,000.
The two men discussed the money matter before conclusion was reached.
The son of Agerzua denies categorically that no one gave or promised to give Mr Witchcraft any N500,000 in his presence to implicate the late Hon Baver Dzeremo before the State Assembly.
He said nothing like that happened to his knowledge.
Mr Witchcraft who claimed he works for FREE at least sells his paper and takes advertisement upon which he collects money, this he CANNOT deny.
Ahithophel is not fair to Chief Dr Ortom by saying that he received only N25,000 for the numerous publications he did for his cause.
I can testify that the former Minister gave him two Samsung Galaxies valued at over N200,000 at two separate times. Indeed I took the second one, valued at about N150,000 to him.
It is unfortunate that this exchange from the men from Ushongo has taken this turn although the end of Ahithophel was more unpleasant.