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Presidency: VP Osinbajo didn’t order sack of Amnesty staff

The Presidential Amnesty office has described as wicked and mischievous an online publication promoted by Premium Times that a Nigerian woman loses her job after criticizing Vice President Yemi Osinbajo online, saying the entire story was a falsehood fabricated by an attention-seekers who are out not only to dent the image of the new Amnesty Boss, Prof. Charles Quaker Dokubo, but also the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Ex-militants urge Professor Dokubo to sanitise Amnesty office

Niger Delta ex-militant leaders on Tuesday warned the Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Prof. Charles Dokubo, against saboteurs and corrupt employees in the Amnesty Office.

NDDC partners Innoson to train Niger Delta youth

The Chairman of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Victor Ndoma-Egba, has said the commission would partner with Innoson Kiara Academy in training Niger Delta youth.

Why presidential amnesty office is under attack – official

The management of the Presidential Amnesty Office has revealed that it has uncovered the sources of the on-going orchestrated smeared campaign and protest against it.

Ijaw youths’ endorsement of Buhari, a rash decision – IYC

The Eric Omare and Pereotubo Owielaemi-led factions of the Ijaw Youth Council, IYC, yesterday, both denied the reported endorsement of President Muhammadu Buhari by the Abuja chapter of the council, describing the endorsement as a “rash decision.”

Politicians want to derail amnesty programme – Presidency

The Presidential Amnesty Office has accused some unnamed politicians of trying to derail the lofty objectives of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP).

President Buhari will not abandon Ijaw youths – Paul Boroh

The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh (Rtd), has assured Ijaw youths that President Muhammadu Buhari would not abandon them.

Amnesty office empowers 21,805 Niger Delta ex-militants

The Presidential Amnesty Office, on Wednesday, said it has empowered 21,805 ex-militants out of the 30,000 granted amnesty by the Federal Government in 2009.

Amnesty Programme to empower 100 ex-militants in agriculture

The Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), office, says it will collaborate with Achiever’s Farm, Igbogene, in Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa, to empower 100 ex-militants in agriculture.

Fed govt not owing foreign students in Amnesty Programme – Paul Boroh

The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta/Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Office, Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh, says the beneficiaries of the offshore programme abroad have been paid their school fees, upkeeps and other allowances.

Ex-Niger Delta militants threaten to return to creeks over unpaid allowances

Ex-Niger Delta militants under the Amnesty Phase II today have threatened to go back to the creeks to cause colossal damages to the Nigerian Economy if the Presidential Amnesty Office fails to correct, reactivate their bank accounts as well as pay them their entitlements including stipends.

Ex-militant leader Reuben Wilson denies hand in travail of suspected October 1 bomber

A former militant leader, General Reuben Wilson, has described as ‘wicked blackmail’ and ‘misplaced facts’ claims by some sympathisers and relations of detained suspected bomber in the October 1, 2012 car bomb attack, Edmund Ebiware, that he (Wilson) was involved in his travail and detention by the Federal Government.

Amnesty chief urges states to complement fed govt programmes

The Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh has urged states in the Niger Delta region to come with up youth inclusiveness programme.

Militants set October 1 deadline to declare Niger Delta republic

Niger Delta militants under the aegis of the Niger Delta Volunteers (NDV) have stated that arrangements have reached an advance stage with other agitators to declare a Sovereign Republic of Niger Delta (SRND) on October 1, 2017.

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