Presidential Amnesty Programme Latest News
Ex-militants on Monday, September 17, took to the streets in Bayelsa to protest against the coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Charles Dokubo, over the non-payment of their monthly stipends.
The Critical Coalition Against Corruption (CCAC) has claimed that the Nigerian Federal government is set to lose N1, 053,270,000.00 annually due to deployment of 747 non-beneficiaries of the presidential amnesty programme.
Hundreds of ex-militants in the Niger Delta region purportedly offered amnesty in 2011 by the federal government of Nigeria, on Thursday, June 21, stormed the premises of the National Assembly, protesting over alleged non payment
The Presidential Amnesty Office says on Tuesday, June 5, in Abuja that it has uncovered irregularities in the previous deployment of delegates for educational programmes at some universities in different parts of the country.
The special adviser to the president on Niger Delta and coordinator of Presidential Amnesty Programme, Charles Dokubo, said that the office of the vice president, Yemi Osinbajo, did not order the sack of any amnesty office staff.
Ofishin Mataimakin shugaban Kasa, Farfesa Yemi Osinbajo, ya tsarkake ubangidan sa daga sanya hannu cikin sallamar wata ma'aikaciyar fadar shugaban Kasa da ta soki gwamnatin shugaban kasa Muhammadu Buhari a dandalin sada zumunta.