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  • Ex-militant leaders resolve to support Buhari’s peace initiatives
  • Ex-militant leaders of phases 2 and 3 had
    resolved in Port Harcourt, Rivers, to support
    President Muhammadu Buhari’s peace initiatives
    for the region.
    This decision followed a crucial meeting
    between Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty
    Programme (PAP), Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh (Rtd)
    and the ex-militant leaders.
    According to a statement signed by Ms Stella
    Inametti, Media and Communication Dept, PAP,
    on Saturday in Abuja, the meeting is aimed at
    peace building and conflict resolution among the
    groups and the Amnesty office.
    The statement quoted Boroh also the Special
    Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, as
    saying it is imperative for the leaders to meet
    regularly with officials of the Amnesty
    Programme.
    “To share ideas, make observations and proffer
    solutions that will bring about peace,
    infrastructural change and human capital
    development of thousands of the youth captured
    in the PAP.
    He emphasised that conflict and violence were
    no resolutions to crisis.
    He tasked the leaders to constantly remind the
    ex-agitators in their camps not to breach the
    peace in the country.
    The presidential aide noted that they should
    ensure that the non-violence agreement signed
    at Obubra that led to the declaration of Amnesty
    in 2009 was upheld.
    Boroh urged the leaders to use all channels of
    dialogue in solving problems to allow
    government’s developmental projects like the
    rail construction, modular refineries and the
    community pipeline surveillance to take off.
    He said that it would be of benefits to the people
    and create massive job employment opportunity
    for the youth of the region.
    The Presidential aide called on the people of the
    region and Nigerians to take ownership of
    President Buhari’s peace and development
    initiatives for the region.
    Also, the Special Assistant to the President on
    Economic Council, Mr Donald Wokoma, said the
    Amnesty office is tasked with the responsibility
    of ensuring peace and stability in the region in
    collaboration with other agencies.
    Wokoma advised the ex-agitatators to take
    advantage of opportunities made available by
    government to develop themselves and stop
    unfounded petitioning of appointees.
    The Amnesty Office’s Head of Data Management
    Major Bernard Ochoche (Rtd) and Head, Post
    Training and Engagement, Major Abdul Mati
    (Rtd) had in separate speeches addressed
    issues of late payment of stipends to ex-
    agitators arising from delay in budget passage.
    The Amnesty office has reached out to the
    Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring
    Board(NABDA) to engage 3,200 beneficiaries,
    trained in oil and gas related fields.

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