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N’Delta Ex-militants Petition FG, Threaten To Shutdown Utorogu Gas Plant Over Alleged Hijack Of N320M

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N'Delta Ex-militants Petition FG, Threaten To Shutdown Utorogu Gas Plant Over Alleged Hijack Of N320M

The Chairmen of the Delta and Edo States Phase 2 Ex-Agitators of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, weekend, petitioned President Bola Tinubu and the Interim Administrator of the Amnesty Programme, Maj-Gen Barry Ndiomu (retd), over N320 million alleged to have been hijacked by Six Ex-Agitators from Ekianwuru camp in Bayelsa state.

The Phase 2 Ex-Agitators who had also threatened to shutdown the Utorogun Gas Plant if after two weeks of this publication, the N320 million is not submitted for sharing among the Niger Delta states Ex-Agitators, accused the Interim Administrator of the Amnesty Programme, Maj-Gen Barry Ndiomu (Retd) of poor handling of affairs of the Ex-Agitators in the region.

In a press briefing held in Warri by the Delta State Chairman, Gen. Solomon Adu, the Edo State Chairman, Gen. London Gbuke and Gen Julius Belemu from Bayelsa said the N320 million alleged to have been hijacked by few ex militants from Bayelsa is meant for the entire phase 2 Ex-Agitators in the Niger Delta region.

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They said the N320 million cannot be hijacked by few persons from Bsyelsa in the name of Ekianwuru Ex-Agitators Camp because they are at the forefront of struggle for the money and the Interim Administrator of the Amnesty Programme, Maj-Gen Barry Ndiomu is not saying or doing anything about it.

Expressing their displeasure, the Phase ll Ex-Agitators had said that whether the Six Ex-Agitators were the ones who went to court to fight for the money or not, that it is not enough reason for such money to be hijacked N320 million belonging to the Niger Delta Phase 2 Ex-Agitators.

The Niger Delta Phase 2 Ex-Agitators have given strong threat that they will not hesitate to carry out their action if now and the next 14 days the issue is not addressed or given immediate attention by the led administration of Maj-Gen Barry Ndiomu (Retd) to avoid issues in the region.

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