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Ex-militants Hail Buhari's N65bn Budgetary Allocation for Amnesty

Ex-militants Hail Buhari's N65bn Budgetary Allocation for Amnesty

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The President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration has been applauded over his commitment to the amnesty programme for former Niger Delta militants.

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Ex-Niger Delta leaders and beneficiaries of the Presidential Amnesty Programme in the region have commended President Muhammadu Buhari for allocating N65bn to the Amnesty budget.

They also gave the President a pass mark for approving the commencement of the Maritime University in Okerenkoko, Delta State.

The ex-militant leaders, comprising three phases of the PAP, in a statement on Thursday by the Bayelsa State Chairman, Mr. Bull Ifiemi, said their recent meeting with Coordinator of PAP, Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh (retd.), was fruitful.

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They said through the meeting, they were able to strategise on the way forward for the beneficiaries of the programme.

The ex-agitators said the meeting was also an avenue for them to pass a vote of confidence on President Buhari and Boroh on their landmark efforts to bring development to the Niger Delta.

They further applauded the far-reaching peace advocacy efforts of the Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo,  adding that Osinbajo’s efforts in ensuring the empowerment of the youth were yielding positive results in the region.

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